Kazuwamgbani ka savu n Tsikimba n aɓon a ɗa a ɗanga̱sai a kazuwamgbani ka cau (KDLNT)
Tsikimba (kdl) Nigeria A population of 100,000 Tsikimba speakers live in the region of Niger state, Magama and Mariga LGAs, Auna and Wara areas, West of Kainji Lake on the Niger River. Alternate names for the language are Agaushi, Akimba, Auna, Kambari, Kamberchi, Kamberri, Kimba. Dialects are Agaunshe, Ashen part of Kambari subgroup, which includes Tsishingini and Cishingini. The Language Classification is Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Volta-Congo, Benue-Congo, Kainji, Western, Kambari. Language use is by all ages. They also use Hausa, English, and other Kambari languages. Language development includes Literacy with a rate of 5% and the literacy rate in Hausa is 20%. Bible portions were produced in 2001. The writing system is in Latin script.
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