Bubi people

The Bantu people of Bubi is an indigenous ethnic group of the island Bioko Island and lives in Equatorial Guinea. They were subjected to the early 20th century by the Spanish colonial power in the island, their last king Löpèlo Melaka died 1937.

You speak as their mother tongue, the boy, along with many also speak Spanish - the official language of Equatorial Guinea - as a foreign language and lately increasingly taking French and Portuguese as second and third languages.

The Bubi are now predominantly Roman Catholic Christians.