Dagbani is member of the Gur branch of Niger-Congo languages and is spoken mainly in northern Ghana by 800,000 Dagomba people. It is closely related to and mutually intelligible with Mossi, which is spoken mainly in Burkina-Faso. Dagbani is also known as Dagbamba, Dagbane and Dagomba.
Dagbani is taught in primary and secondary schools and there are radio programmes in the language.
Sal' la sala. Bɛhig' be sokam sanimi, din pa la amii. Suhizɔbo be sokam sani; ka nambɔxu beni. Suhubɔhibo mi bi lan kɔŋ yigunaadam kam sani. Dinzuxu dimbɔŋɔ zaa wuhiya ka dama di tu kamaata ka ti zaa yu tab' hali ni ti puuni.
Information about the Dagbani language and people
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