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Welcome! Sannu da zuwa!

This is a family of sites to help you find out more about the translation of the Holy Bible into Nigerian languages. Nigerians speak over 500 distinct languages today. Some languages have the whole Bible, but most have none yet. Many … Continue reading

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New training videos added

For translators and language development workers in Nigeria, we have made some training videos for SayMore and WeSay that you can watch. Use SayMore to record stories or speeches and type them easily. Use WeSay to build up a dictionary.

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Recent additions

Welcome to several new member sites who have joined the family. When their content is ready we’ll mention them here. Please also note the tools section keeps growing with software, templates and reference documents you can use to help … Continue reading

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Asking you! is asking you to give your input. Each week we’ll have a different poll to vote on, all about languages and Bibles in Nigeria. Here’s this week’s poll: Feel free to share this with others who might be interested … Continue reading

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Rapid Word Collection in Tal

Crowds of Tal people gathered last week from Wednesday to Saturday contributing words and phrases towards the building of the first ever Tal dictionary, using a Rapid Word Collection method. Tal is spoken by people in the south of Plateau … Continue reading

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ECWA Seminary Kagoro – special event

Even while many lament the death of Nigerian languages, there are still hundreds of languages in active use which remain the very best way for Nigerian pastors to communicate the truth the gospel in all its power. ECWA Seminary in Kagoro … Continue reading

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Is Nigeria in the Bible?

Have you ever wondered that? Well just the other day someone got to NGbible by asking that question. Sadly they won’t have found the answer here, but i thought I could try to answer it: Yes and no. First the ‘no’.

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