Mbaka people

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Mbaka
Total population
(300,000)
Regions with significant populations
Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo
Languages
Mbaka, French, Sango
Religion
Christianity, traditional African religions

The Mbaka are a minority ethnic group in the Central African Republic and northwest Democratic Republic of the Congo.[1] The M'Baka speak the Mbaka language and have a population of roughly 300,000.[1]

Language[edit]

The Mbakas speak Mbaka language, a Ubangian language. The Gilima variety is assigned to a separate ISO 639-3 code.

Famous Mbaka people[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Appiah & Gates 1999, p. 1278.

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