Kita Maninka language
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Not to be confused with Kagoro language (Nigeria).
|450,000 (2009 census)|
mwk – Kita Maninka
xkg – Kagoro
The Kagoro variety is 86% lexically similar according to Ethnologue, and is being replaced by Bambara.
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