- MORE ON VITALITY
"In general, Ake still seems to be spoken generally among the people of the four villages. Elders in Ugah complain that more and more of the children there are speaking Hausa, which is to be expected in such a multilingual community. Nonetheless, it seemed that Ake was still widely understood by young people, so the language is probably not unduly threatened. Nonetheless, it is unlikely that there are more than 2000 speakers,
so complacency is not in order."
- SPEAKER ATTITUDE
- Mostly positive
- OTHER LANGUAGES USED BY THE COMMUNITY