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Ethnic group of West Africa, also known as Atakpamé.

The Ana primarily inhabit central Togo and neighboring regions of Benin. They speak a Niger-Congo language and are considered part of the Yoruba peoples. Approximately 150,000 people consider themselves Ana.


Subjects: African Studies.

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