|Region||Adamawa State, Kaduna State|
|(150,000 cited 1992)|
Bacama (Bachama) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Nigeria in Adamawa State, principally in the Numan and Guyuk Local Government Areas, and in Kaduna State northeast of Kaduna town. Dialects are Mulyen, Opalo, and Wa-Duku. Bacama-Yimburu appears to be a closely related but distinct language. Bacama is used as a trade language. It is often considered the same language as Bata.
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