45,000 (Idiata 2007). 1,000–2,000 Dyumba, 1,000–5,000 Enenga, 2,000–11,000 Galwa, 1,000–4,000 Mpongwe, 10,000 Orungu, 20,000 Nkomi.
Ogooué-Maritime and Moyen-Ogooué provinces: Lambaréné area to coast; Estuaire province: Libreville and Gabon estuary; Ngounié province: south of Lambaréné. Mpongwe dialect: both sides of Gabon estuary, south of Libreville, Port-Gentil area; Ajumba dialect: north of Lambaréné; Enenga dialect: northeast of Lambaréné; Galwa dialect: Lambaréné area and west; Nkomi dialect: on coast, southeast of Port-Gentil; Orungu dialect: Port-Gentil.
Ajumba (Adjumba, Adyumba, Dyumba), Enenga, Galwa (Galloa, Galoa, Galua, Omyene), Mpongwe (Mpongoué, Mpungwe, Npongué, Npongwe, Pongoué), Nkomi (N’komi), Orungu (Rongo, Rungu). A dialect subgroup.
Also use Fang [fan].
Latin script [Latn].