Mumuye people

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Mumuye
Total population
400,000[1] (1993)
Regions with significant populations
Taraba State (Nigeria)
Languages
Mumuye
Religion
Traditional African religions

The Mumuyes are a people of Nigeria. They speak the Mumuye language. They constitute the largest tribal group in Taraba State of Nigeria and form the predominant tribes found in Zing, Yorro, Jalingo, Ardo-Kola, Lau, Gassol, Bali and Gashaka, all of which are local government areas of the state. Mumuyes are also widely found in many parts of the neighboring Adamawa State.


References

  1. ^ "Mumuye". Ethnologue. Retrieved 9 February 2019.
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