The Baoule or Baule are part of the Akan ethnic cluster that live in Cote d’ Ivoire and Ghana.
The Beti-Pahuin, in particular, are a group of related peoples who inhabit the rain forests of Cameroon extending into the Congo Republic, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Sao Tome and Principe. Their languages belong to the Bantu category of the Niger Congo language cluster.
For this reason, the Beti-Pahuin are made up of individual ethnic groups consisting of the Ewondo, Bane, Fang, MbidaMbane, Mvog-Nyenge and Eton.
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