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The Gonga languages, or Kefoid languages, belong to the Afro-Asiatic family and are spoken in Ethiopia. As of present, the Kafacho (southwestern Ethiopia), Shekkacho (southwestern Ethiopia), Boro Shinasha (northwestern Ethiopia), Anfillo (western Ethiopia) are the main speakers of the language. The people were living together some 400 years ago, and because of different social, environmental, economic and political factors they disintegrated by migrating to their respective current places.
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The Gonga languages, or Kefoid languages, belong to the Afro-Asiatic family and are spoken in Ethiopia. As of present, the Kafacho (southwestern Ethiopia), Shekkacho (southwestern Ethiopia), Boro Shinasha (northwestern Ethiopia), Anfillo (western Ethiopia) are the main speakers of the language. The people were living together some 400 years ago, and because of different social, environmental, economic and political factors they disintegrated by migrating to their respective current places.
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