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Musgu Bible

Discover more about the Bible in Musgu.

About the Musgu language

Musgu, also known as Mousgou, Mousgoum, Mousgoun, Munjuk, Musgum, Musuk or Muzuk, is a language of Cameroon. It has over 140,000 speakers in the
Far North region: Mayo-Danay division, Maga subdivision.

Musgu has dialects namely Mpus (Mousgoum de Pouss, Pouss, Pus), Beege (Jafga), Vulum (Mulwi, Vlum), Ngilemong, Luggoy, Maniling (Mani-Iling), Muzuk (Mousgoum de Guirvidig). Vulum dialect is mainly in Chad.

More about us

Your prayers and support for our work are greatly appreciated. If you would like to find out more about Bible Societies that do projects for Musgu speakers then please click here:

You can also find out more by visiting these Bible Societies:

Get involved

You can get involved in Musgu Bible Projects by contributing:
- Translation skills: if you would like to work with us on a project as a Translator please contact
-Working for us in another capacity- Please see the jobs listed on your local Bible Society's website

Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean

not on your own understanding; in all your ways

acknowledge him, and he will make your paths

straight. Proverbs 3:5,6

Contact Us

Cameroon Biblical Alliance

Ave Pachong Adolf, Bafoussam
1133 Yaoundé
Tel: 22 30 63 63/22 23 14 76/99 52 80 60