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Ana people

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Subject: Lamba people, Ethnic groups in Benin, Ethnic groups in Togo, Ethnic groups in Cameroon, Tem people
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Ana people

The Ana people, also known as the Atakpame people, are an ethnic group of Benin and Togo. Recent figures have indicated that there are roughly 150,000 Akunakuna people.


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