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|Region||Ogooue-Maritime Province, Middle Ogooue Province|
|Ethnicity||Myene (Mpongwe, Nkomi, Galwa), Bongo Pygmies|
Myene is a cluster of closely related Bantu varieties spoken in Gabon by about 46,000 people. It is perhaps the most divergent of the Narrow Bantu languages, though Nurse & Philippson (2003) place it in with the Tsogo languages (B.30). The more distinctive varieties are Mpongwe (Pongoué), Galwa (Galloa), and Nkomi.
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