Les Bafia sont une population bantoue d'Afrique centrale, établie au Cameroun sur la rive droite du Mbam, à l'est des monts Bapéi (département du Mbam, sous-préfecture Bafia).↑ (en) Fiche langue, dans la base de données linguistique Ethnologue

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  • Les Bafia sont une population bantoue d'Afrique centrale, établie au Cameroun sur la rive droite du Mbam, à l'est des monts Bapéi (département du Mbam, sous-préfecture Bafia).
  • Bafia (beukpak) people inhabit the Mbam region in the centre province of Cameroon. Their origins are said to share many similarities with those of the Bamun and Tikar people. A division during migratory movements caused the two sets of groups to settle in different areas. Later, the islamisation of most of the Bamun territory further separated them. A yearly festival held in Fumban (Bamun territory) is considered by many to symbolize the recognition of their common heritage.
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  • Les Bafia sont une population bantoue d'Afrique centrale, établie au Cameroun sur la rive droite du Mbam, à l'est des monts Bapéi (département du Mbam, sous-préfecture Bafia).↑ (en) Fiche langue, dans la base de données linguistique Ethnologue</span></li></ol>
  • Bafia (beukpak) people inhabit the Mbam region in the centre province of Cameroon. Their origins are said to share many similarities with those of the Bamun and Tikar people. A division during migratory movements caused the two sets of groups to settle in different areas. Later, the islamisation of most of the Bamun territory further separated them. A yearly festival held in Fumban (Bamun territory) is considered by many to symbolize the recognition of their common heritage.
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