Balanda Bviri people

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The Balanda Bviri are an ethnic group living in the South Sudanese state of Western Bahr el Ghazal.[1] They number about 40,000 and speak Bviri, one of the Ubangian languages.

References

  1. ^ Gurtong Peace Project

The Balanda Bviri live in both Western Equatoria( Tambura, Nagero, Mopoi, Kobir Bawo)and Western Bahar El Ghazal( Bazia, Bagari and Dem Zubier) their number is more than estimated 40,000 taking into consideration those in diaspora and South Sudan.

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