Idoma language

Idoma is the second official language spoken in the Benue State in southeast-central Nigeria, by approximately 600,000 people (1991 estimate). The Idoma language is made up of the dialects of Agatu, Otukpo, Otukpa, Orokam, Akpa Agila, Utonkon, Etilo, Iyala. The Idoma people are predominantly hunters, farmers and fishermen. They are peace loving people and hospitable and comprises mainly Christians, few Muslims and many traditional religious worshipers. they are bordered to the north by Nasarawa, south by cross river, east by Taraba and west by Enugu and Kogi States

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