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Njebi (also Bandzabi, Binzabi, Injebi, Ndjabi, Ndjevi, Njabi, Nzebi, Yinjebi and Yinzebi ) is a Bantu language and is spoken by approximately 135,100 people in Gabon and the Republic of Congo.
It is used in Gabon in the provinces Ogooué- Lolo and Ngounié west of Franceville, with approximately 120,000 speakers ( census 2007) and in the Republic of Congo in the region with about 15,100 speakers Niari ( census 2000).
Njebi is written in the Latin script.
Njebi is a Northwest Bantu language and belongs to Njebi group that is classified as Guthrie Zone B50.