About the Igbo language
Igbo, also known as Ibo, is a language of Nigeria.
It has a widespread userbase of 18,000,000 in the southeastern regions where it is the De facto provincial language. Main language of Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu, and Imo states.
Dialects include; Afikpo (Ehugbo), Nsukka (Nsuka), Ohuhu (Umuahia), Bende (Ohafia), Central Igbo (Union Igbo). 30 dialects vary in inherent intelligibility. The standard literary form developing based on Owerri and Umuahia dialects, omitting the nasality and aspiration found in those dialects.
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