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|Togo, Benin and south-western Nigeria|
- the Ede dialect cluster, including Ife;
- Itsekiri (Nigeria, 500,000 speakers); and
- the Yoruba languages Ulukwumi, Mokole, and Yoruba, by far the largest of the cluster with about 20 million speakers.
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