Ma'di is a Central Sudanic language spoken in South Sudan and Uganda by about 320,000 people. It is spoken mainly in Magwi County in South Sudan, and in the Adjumani and Moyo districts of Uganda.
Ma'di is mutuallly intelligible with Olu'bo, Lugbara, Moru, Avokaya, Kaliko and Logo.
There are a few publications in Ma'di, including translations of religious texts and a quarterly paper. There are also some broadcasts in Ma'di on Radio Uganda.
Information compiled by Michael Peter Füstumum
Information about the Ma'di language
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