INCREDIBLE NIGERIA LANGUAGES

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February 6, 2013 by kamify

Do you that the official language of Nigeria is English, but the country has over 500 other tribal and ethical languages that are spoken….a total of 521 different languages have ever been cataloged in the country,I can bet most citizen of Nigeria are not aware of the languages spoken in their country.Here are List of Languages spoken in Nigeria:

1. Abanyom
2. Abon
3. Abua
4. Abureni
5. Acipa, Eastern
6. Acipa, Western
7. Aduge
8. Afade
9. Agatu
10. Agoi
11. Agwagwune
12. Àhàn
13. Ajawa
14. Ake
15. Akpa
16. Akpes
17. Akuku
18. Akum
19. Alago
20. Alege
21. Alumu-Tesu
22. Ambo
23. Amo
24. Anaang
25. Áncá
26. Arabic, Shuwa
27. Arigidi
28. Ashe
29. Asu
30. Atsam
31. Auyokawa
32. Awak
33. Ayere
34. Ayu
35. Baan
36. Baangi
37. Baatonum
38. Bacama
39. Bada
40. Bade
41. Bakpinka
42. Bali
43. Bangwinji
44. Barikanchi
45. Basa
46. Basa-Gumna
47. Basa-Gurmana
48. Bassa-Kontagora
49. Bata
50. Batu
51. Bauchi
52. Beele
53. Begbere-Ejar
54. Bekwarra
55. Bena
56. Berom
57. Bete
58. Bete-Bendi
59. Bile
60. Bina
61. Biseni
62. Bitare
63. Boga
64. Boghom
65. Boko
66. Bokobaru
67. Bokyi
68. Bole
69. Bo-Rukul
70. Bu
71. Bukwen
72. Bumaji
73. Burak
74. Bura-Pabir
75. Bure
76. Buru
77. Busa
78. Cakfem-Mushere
79. Cara
80. Cen
81. Centúúm
82. Che
83. Cibak
84. Cinda-Regi-Tiyal
85. Cineni
86. Cishingini
87. Ciwogai
88. C’lela
89. Como Karim
90. Cori
91. Daba
92. Dadiya
93. Dass
94. Daza
95. Defaka
96. Degema
97. Dendi
98. Deno
99. Dera
100. Dghwede
101. Dibo
102. Dijim-Bwilim
103. Diri
104. Dirim
105. Doka
106. Doko-Uyanga
107. Dong
108. Duguri
109. Duhwa
110. Dulbu
111. Dungu
112. Duwai
113. Dza
114. Dzodinka
115. Ebira
116. Ebughu
117. Edo
118. Efai
119. Efik
120. Efutop
121. Eggon
122. Ehueun
123. Ejagham
124. Ekajuk
125. Eki
126. Ekit
127. Ekpeye
128. Eleme
129. Eloyi
130. Emai-Iuleha-Ora
131. Engenni
132. English
133. Enwan
134. Enwan
135. Epie
136. Eruwa
137. Esan
138. Esimbi
139. Etebi
140. Eten
141. Etkywan
142. Etulo
143. Evant
144. Fali
145. Fali of Baissa
146. Fam
147. Firan
148. Fulfulde, Adamawa
149. Fulfulde, Benin-Togo
150. Fulfulde, Nigerian
151. Fum
152. Fungwa
153. Fyam
154. Fyer
155. Gaa
156. Ga’anda
157. Gade
158. Galambu
159. Gamo-Ningi
160. Ganang
161. Gbagyi
162. Gbari
163. Gbaya, Northwest
164. Gbiri-Niragu
165. Geji
166. Gengle
167. Gera
168. Geruma
169. Ghotuo
170. Gibanawa
171. Giiwo
172. Glavda
173. Goemai
174. Gokana
175. Gude
176. Gudu
177. Guduf-Gava
178. Gun
179. Gupa-Abawa
180. Gurmana
181. Guruntum-Mbaaru
182. Gvoko
183. Gwa
184. Gwamhi-Wuri
185. Gwandara
186. Gyem
187. Hasha
188. Hausa
189. Hausa Sign Language
190. Hide
191. Holma
192. Hõne
193. Horom
194. Huba
195. Hungworo
196. Hun-Saare
197. Hwana
198. Hya
199. Hyam
200. Ibani
201. Ibibio
202. Ibilo
203. Ibino
204. Ibuoro
205. Iceve-Maci
206. Idere
207. Idesa
208. Idoma
209. Idon
210. Idun
211. Igala
212. Igbo
213. Igede
214. Iguta
215. Igwe
216. Ihievbe
217. Ija-Zuba
218. Ijo, Southeast
219. Ika
220. Iko
221. Ikpeshi
222. Iku-Gora-Ankwa
223. Ikulu
224. Ikwere
225. Ilue
226. Irigwe
227. Isekiri
228. Isoko
229. Ito
230. Itu Mbon Uzo
231. Ivbie North-Okpela-Arhe
232. Iyayu
233. Iyive
234. Izere
235. Izi-Ezaa-Ikwo-Mgbo
236. Izon
237. Izora
238. Janji
239. Jara
240. Jarawa
241. Jere
242. Jiba
243. Jibu
244. Jilbe
245. Jimi
246. Jiru
247. Jju
248. Jorto
249. Ju
250. Jukun Takum
251. Kaan
252. Kadara
253. Kagoma
254. Kaivi
255. Kakanda
256. Kakihum
257. Kalabari
258. Kam
259. Kamantan
260. Kami
261. Kamo
262. Kamwe
263. Kaningkom-Nindem
264. Kanufi
265. Kanuri
266. Kanuri, Central
267. Kanuri, Manga
268. Kapya
269. Karekare
270. Kariya
271. Khana
272. Kholok
273. Kinuku
274. Kiong
275. Kir-Balar
276. Kirike
277. Koenoem
278. Kofa
279. Kofyar
280. Kohumono
281. Koma
282. Kono
283. Korop
284. Kpan
285. Kpasam
286. Kpati
287. Kubi
288. Kudu-Camo
289. Kugama
290. Kugbo
291. Kukele
292. Kulere
293. Kulung
294. Kumba
295. Kupa
296. Kurama
297. Kushi
298. Kutep
299. Kutto
300. Kuturmi
301. Kwa
302. Kwaami
303. Kwak
304. Kyak
305. Kyenga
306. Labir
307. Laka
308. Lala-Roba
309. Lamang
310. Lame
311. Lamja-Dengsa-Tola
312. Lamnso’
313. Laru
314. Leelau
315. Legbo
316. Lemoro
317. Lenyima
318. Lere
319. Leyigha
320. Lijili
321. Limbum
322. Lokaa
323. Longuda
324. Loo
325. Lopa
326. Lubila
327. Lufu
328. Luri
329. Maaka
330. Mada
331. Mafa
332. Mághdì
333. Mak
334. Mala
335. Mama
336. Mambila, Nigeria
337. Mangas
338. Marghi Central
339. Marghi South
340. Mashi
341. Mawa
342. Mbe
343. Mbembe, Cross River
344. Mbembe, Tigon
345. Mboi
346. Mbongno
347. Mbula-Bwazza
348. Mburku
349. Mingang Doso
350. Miship
351. Miya
352. Mom Jango
353. Montol
354. Moo
355. Mumuye
356. Mundat
357. Mvanip
358. Mwaghavul
359. Nde-Gbite
360. Nde-Nsele-Nta
361. Ndoe
362. Ndoola
363. Ndun
364. Ndunda
365. Ngamo
366. Ngas
367. Nggwahyi
368. Ngizim
369. Ngwaba
370. Nigerian Sign Language
371. Ningye
372. Ninzo
373. Njerep
374. Nkari
375. Nkem-Nkum
376. Nkoroo
377. Nkukoli
378. Nnam
379. Nshi
380. Numana-Nunku-Gbantu-Numbu
381. Nungu
382. Nupe-Nupe-Tako
383. Nyam
384. Nyeng
385. Nyong
386. Nzanyi
387. Obanliku
388. Obolo
389. Obulom
390. O’chi’chi’
391. Odual
392. Odut
393. Ogbah
394. Ogbia
395. Ogbogolo
396. Ogbronuagum
397. Okobo
398. Okodia
399. Oko-Eni-Osayen
400. Okpamheri
401. Okpe
402. Okpe
403. Oloma
404. Olulumo-Ikom
405. Oring
406. Oro
407. Oruma
408. Ososo
409. Otank
410. Pa’a
411. Panawa
412. Pangseng
413. Pe
414. Peere
415. Pero
416. Pidgin, Nigerian
417. Piti
418. Piya-Kwonci
419. Polci
420. Pongu
421. Psikye
422. Putai
423. Putukwam
424. Pyapun
425. Rang
426. Reshe
427. Rogo
428. Ron
429. Ruma
430. Samba Daka
431. Samba Leko
432. Sambe
433. Sanga
434. Sasaru
435. Saya
436. Sha
437. Shakara
438. Shall-Zwall
439. Shamang
440. Shama-Sambuga
441. Shanga
442. Shau
443. Sheni
444. Shiki
445. Shoo-Minda-Nye
446. Shuwa-Zamani
447. Siri
448. Somyev
449. Sorko
450. Sukur
451. Sur
452. Surubu
453. Tal
454. Tala
455. Tamajaq, Tawallammat
456. Tambas
457. Tangale
458. Tanjijili
459. Tarok
460. Tedaga
461. Tee
462. Teme
463. Tera
464. Teshenawa
465. Tha
466. Tita
467. Tiv
468. Toro
469. Tsikimba
470. Tsishingini
471. Tso
472. Tsuvadi
473. Tula
474. Tumi
475. Tunzuii
476. Tyap
477. Ubaghara
478. Ubang
479. Uda
480. Uhami
481. Ukaan
482. Ukpe-Bayobiri
483. Ukpet-Ehom
484. Ukue
485. Ukwa
486. Ukwuani-Aboh-Ndoni
487. Ulukwumi
488. Umon
489. Uneme
490. Uokha
491. Urhobo
492. Usaghade
493. ut-Ma’in
494. Uvbie
495. Uzekwe
496. Vaghat-Ya-Bijim-Legeri
497. Vemgo-Mabas
498. Viti
499. Vono
500. Voro
501. Vute
502. Waja
503. Waka
504. Wandala
505. Wannu
506. Wapan
507. Wãpha
508. Warji
509. Wom
510. Yace
511. Yala
512. Yamba
513. Yangkam
514. Yedina
515. Yekhee
516. Yendang
517. Yeskwa
518. Yiwom
519. Yoruba
520. Yukuben
521. Zangwal
522. Zari
523. Zarma
524. Zeem
525. Zhire
526. Ziriya
527. Zizilivakan
528. Zumbun

Here is a complete list off all 528 languages spoken in Nigeria, including some that have not known native speakers any more. Isn’t that interesting?

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