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|Regions with significant populations|
|Gbandi religion, Islam, Christianity|
|Related ethnic groups|
|Loko, Mende, Kpelle, Loma, Zialo, Gola, Vai|
Gbandi (or Bandi, Bande, Gbande, Gbunde) is an ethnic group of Liberia. It is also the language traditionally spoken by these people.
The population is estimated at 107,000 people; of which many have fled to Guinea during the Liberian Civil War. Gbandi people practice Islam and Christianity, as well as some traditional beliefs.
Gbandi is a Southwestern Mande language. There are six dialects of the language: Tahamba, Wawana, Wulukoha, Hasala, Lukasa, and Hembeh.