Yangho [ynh] is listed in E16/E17 as a separate language of Gabon, spoken around Mamidi and Bakoumba. No such language is recognized by linguists working in Gabon ( Mouguiama-Daouda, Patrick 2005 , van der Veen, Lolke J. 2006 , Alewijnse, Bart and Nerbonne, John and van der Veen, Lolke J. and Manni, Franz 2007 , Jacquot, André 1978 , Raponda Walker, André 1960 , Idiata, Daniel Franck 2007 ) nor does it figure in the detailed cross-border survey of Lane, Bryan David 1989 . If anything, these linguists recognize Njebi [nzb] to be spoken at Bakoumba ( Mouguiama-Daouda, Patrick 2005: 67 ). See also: Njebi [nzb].
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