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|Western Bobo Wule|
|Region||Burkina Faso, Mali|
|unknown (56,000 in Burkina (1991)
100,000 in Mali cited 1976 census)
Bomu is spoken by two groups of Bwa people, the Red Bobo, Bobo Wule (also spelled Bobo Oule), and the White Bobo, Bobo Gbe, also known as Kyan (also spelled Kian, Tian, Tyan, Can, Chan) or Tyanse.
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