|Region||Kpandai District and Yeji|
Chumburung (Kyongborong, Nchimburu, Nchummuru) is a Guang language spoken by 69,000 persons, mostly Chumburu by tribe and living in the Kingdom of Chumburung at both sides of the southwestern leg of Lake Volta in Ghana.
A large number of publications describing the language can be found at: http://www.language-archives.org/language/ncu . References to the tribe and the traditional area are rare, but here is one: http://www.northernghanapeoples.co.uk/ ; click down left on CHUMBURUNG.
- Field research on the Chumburung language at SIL International
- Songs in Chumburung
- New Testament in Chumburung
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