Neyo is a member of the Eastern Kru branch of the Niger-Congo language family. It is spoken near the mouth of the Sassandra River in southern Ivory Coast, particularly in Kébé and Neyo cantons of Sassandra subprefecture of Bas-Sassandra district. In 1993 there were about 9,200 speakers of Neyo, which is also known as Gwibwen or Towi.
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Bassa, Bete (Daloa), Godié, Guere, Jabo, Neyo, Nyabwa, Wobé, Yocoboué Dida
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