Information from: “What are we trying to preserve? Diversity, change, and ideology at the edge of the Cameroonian Grassfields” . Jeff Good and Pierpaolo DiCarlo (2012)
20 percent certain, based on the evidence available
Due to traditional predominance of multilingualism, if we wanted to establish the number of total speakers of a given language of Lower Fungom, we would be obliged to consider the whole area and not confine ourselves to the village which gives the name to the language. This means that, at any given moment, the “speech community” associated with a particular language consists both of those resident in its associated village and of significant numbers of non-residents.
Lower Fungom region, Cameroon; village of Ajumbu.
Information from: “World Oral Literature Project” .
Information from: “Ethnologue: Languages of the World, 16th Edition (2009)” . M. Paul Lewis · SIL International