Logba (language)

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Spoken in

speaker 7,500 (2003)
Official status
Official language in one of the national languages ​​of Ghana
Language codes
ISO 639 -1


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ISO 639-3


Logba is the language of the Logba ethnic group in Ghana and now has only around 7,500 speakers (2003) in the south-east of the country.

In Benin and Togo , the Dompago language has the alternative name Logba. Logba in Ghana has no matches with this language.


  • Kofi Dorvlo: A Grammar of Logba (Ikpana) . Dissertation, University of Leiden 2008.
  • Bernd Heine: The distribution and structure of the Togorest languages. In: Cologne contributions to African studies, Vol. 1, Cologne: Druckerei Wienand. Pp. 29-30, 100-101.
  • Rudolf Plehn: Contributions to ethnology of the Togo area. In: Communications from the Seminar for Oriental Languages. 1899, 2, Part III, pp. 87-124.
  • Diedrich Hermann Westermann: The Logba Language in Togo. Brief outline of the grammar and texts . In: Journal of African, Oceanic and East Asian Languages. 1930, 7, 1, 23-39.

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