The Ron language is spoken by about 115,000 people mostly in Bokkos Local Government in Plateau State, Nigeria. It is bordered by Kulere and the Mushere dialect of Mwaghavul in the south and southwest, Sha and Mundat in the west, Birom in the north and Mwaghavul in the east. The Ron people are also called “Chala” by their neighbours (“cala” being their most common greeting). Continue reading
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