Njie

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Njie or N'jie (English spelling in Gambia), N'Diaye (French spelling in Senegal), N'diay (German) or Njaay (Serer spelling in Senegambia) is a Serer patronym.[1] It is worn by both Serer and Wolof people.
Notable persons with this surname include:

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  1. ^ Cheikh Anta Diop and Egbuna P. Modum. "Towards the African renaissance: essays in African culture & development", 1946-1960, p28).