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Ibo,also known as Igbo (Igbo: Asụsụ Igbo) is a Niger-Congo language spoken by over 25 million people who are primarily of Igbo descent. In southeastern Nigeria and parts of the Niger Delta, Igbo is spoken natively. It is written in the Latin alphabet, as introduced by British colonialists. Other scripts include the Ekpe (and related secret societies') Nsibidi ideograms.
Igbo dialect continuum, distinguished by accent and orthography but almost universally mutually intelligible, including the Idemili dialect of Chinua Achebe's novel, Things Fall Apart; others are Umuahia, Onitsha, Enuani (Anioma), Ngwa, Awka (Oka), Mbaise, Nsukka, Orlu, Afikpo, Nsa, Oguta, Ikwerre, Etche, Egbema, Owerri, Bonny-Opobo, Ohuhu, Unwana. There is apparently a degree of dialect leveling occurring. A standard literary language was developed in 1972; this is based on Owerri and Umuahia, though it omits the nasalization and aspiration of those varieties. There are related Igboid languages as well that are sometimes considered dialects of Igbo, the most divergent being Ekpeye. Some of these, such as Ika, have separate standard forms.
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