The Njebi languages are a language group within the Guthrie Zone B of the Bantu languages. It is classified as Zone B50 and contains four individual languages that are spoken by a total of approximately 177,500 people in Gabon and the Republic of Congo.
As for the language:
- Duma, about 9800 speakers in Gabon
- Njebi, about 135,000 speakers in Gabon and the Republic of Congo
- Tsaangi, about 22,200 speakers in the Republic of Congo and Gabon
- Wandji, about 10,500 speakers in Gabon and the Republic of Congo