|Native speakers||210,000 (1991)|
Medumba (Mədʉmbɑ) is a Grassfields language of Cameroon.The people who speak it originate from the Nde division with the main settlements in Bangangte, Bakong, Bangoulap, Bahouoc, Bagnoun and Tonga of the West region in Cameroon. It is one major Bamileke language.
Educational materials, literature, and dictionaries for the language are produced by the Comité de Langue pour l'Etude et la Production des Œuvres Bamiléké-Medumba (CEPOM), based in Bangangte.
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