Nchumbulu is a highly endangered language that is spoken in Ghana by the Brong Ahafo region west of Lake Volta near Kaplang and is spoken in three villages in the area.
Nchumbulu is a Guang language of Ghana that is part of the North Guang subdivision of the language family.
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