Mashi (Kamaxi), or Kwandu, is a Bantu language of Zambia, Bukavu, Congo and Angola. It was assigned by Guthrie to Bantu group K.30, which Pfouts (2003) established as part of the Kavango–Southwest branch of Bantu. Though not specifically addressed, Mashi may be in that family as well.
The Bashi occupy a vast region known as Bushi. Like Ngweshe, Kabare, Katana, Luhuinja, Burhinyi, Kaziba, Nyengezi, and Idjui where the Bahavu who are also part of this group, Idjui is an island in Kivu lake between DRC and Rwanda.
|Native to||Zambia, Angola and DRC Congo|
Naki, or Munkaf, is an Eastern Beboid language of Cameroon and Nigeria. There is no name for the language; it is known by the villages it is spoken in, including Naki and Mekaf (Munkaf) in Cameroon and Bukwen and Mashi in Nigeria, the latter listed as separate languages by Ethnologue, though they are not distinct.Takum
Takum is a Local Government Area in Taraba State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Takum, it is created out of Wukari local government in 1975, at 7°16′00″N 9°59′00″E. Takum borders the Republic of Cameroon in the south, Ussa Local Government to the west, Donga Local government to the north, District within Takum are Abuja, kwambai, jenuwa, Rogo, Dutse, Kashimbila, Bete, Chanchanji, Bika.
The ethnic tribes in Takum are Jukun, kuteb, Chamba, Ichen, Hausa/Fulani, TivIt has an area of 2,503 km² and a population of 135,349 at the 2006 census.
The postal code of the area is 671.
Note: The Guthrie classification is geographic and its groupings do not imply a relationship between the languages within them.