|Native to||Southeastern Nigeria, southwestern Cameroon|
|(140,000 cited 1989)|
Bokyi (Boki, Nfua, Nki, Okii, Osikom, Osukam, Uki, Vaaneroki) is a regionally important Bendi language spoken by the Bokyi people of northern Cross River State, Nigeria. It is ranked amongst the first fifteen languages of the about 520 living languages in Nigeria, with a few thousand speakers in Cameroon.
Major dialects include Abu (Abo, Baswo), Irruan, Osokom (Okundi) and Wula.
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