About the Loko language
Loko, also known as Landogo, is a language of Sierra Leone with over 178,000 users in the Northern province: Bombali district; Koya, Ribbi, and Bumpe chiefdom areas; Sanda Loko chiefdom.
Dialects include; Magbiambo, Gbendembu, Ngoahu, Nagbanmba, Sanda, Laia, Libisegahun, Koya, Ribbi, Buya. Reportedly similar to Mende [men].
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