|Region||Plateau State, Benue State|
Eloyi, or Afu (Afo), is a poorly attested Plateau language of uncertain classification. It is spoken by the Eloyi people of Nasarawa State and Benue State in Nigeria. Ethnologue classifies it as Idomoid based on a proposal by Armstrong (1955, 1983), but that identification was based on a single word list and Armstrong later expressed doubts. All other preliminary accounts classify it as Plateau, and Blench (2008) leaves it as a separate branch of Plateau.
- Blench (2008) Prospecting proto-Plateau. Manuscript.