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Igbo is a Kwa language of the Benue-Congo subfamily of the Volta-Congo and Atlantic-Congo branches of the Niger-Congo language family. Igbo is one of the four largest languages of West Africa. A total of 18 million people or roughly 20% of the Nigerian population speak Igbo, or as it is sometimes spelled Ibo. Within Nigeria, Igbo is spoken primarily in the following Southern Delta region states: Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu, and Imo. It is also spoken in the northeast of the Delta state and in the southeast of the Rivers state. Igbo is rarely spoken outside of Nigeria. Igbo speakers are typically bilingual, speaking English as well.

In total, there are approximately thirty Igbo dialects. These dialects vary considerably with respect to degree of intelligibility with the standard dialect. Variation is mostly lexical and phonological. The standard literary form is itself a dialect under development. It is based on the Owerri and Umuahia dialects.

Main dialects are Owerri (Isuama), Umuahia, Onitsha, Orlu, Ngwa, Afikpo, Nsa, Oguta, Aniocha, Eche, Egbema, Oka (Awka), Bonny-Opobo, Mbaise, Nsuka, Ohuhu, Unwana.

We have the latest technology available and highly qualified staff for professionally dubbing films for the entertainment, educational and corporate industry. We can lip-synch your dubbing project into Igbo language. Our directors and actors, all native speakers, are assigned to each project according to the languages involved and to their area of expertise. Our translation and cultural adaptation always takes into consideration the country and public it is destined to reach.

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