Bafut is a language spoken in Cameroon. It is a member of the Bantu family of languages. Bafut is spoken by the Bafut people. The Bafut people are a part of the Bamileke people.
The Bafut language is written in the Latin alphabet. It has 27 consonants and 5 vowels. The Bafut language has 3 tones.
The Bafut language is spoken in the Bafut Region of Cameroon. The Bafut Region is located in the west of the country. The Bafut Region is home to the Bafut people.
The Bafut language is one of the Bamileke languages. The Bamileke languages are a group of about 40 languages spoken in Cameroon, Chad, and the Central African Republic.
The Bafut language is closely related to the Bamileke language of Bamenda. Bamenda is the capital of the Northwestern Region of Cameroon. Bafut and Bamenda are both members of the Bantu family of languages.
The Bafut language is spoken by about 300,000 people.