Bulu Bible

Discover more about the Bible in Bulu.

About the Bulu language

Bulu is the language of the Bulu people of Cameroon. The language had 174,000 native speakers in 1982, with some 800,000 second language speakers in 1991. Colonial and missionary groups formerly used Bulu as a lingua franca in the region for commercial, educational, and religious purposes, though it is today becoming less frequent in those spheres. Dialects include Bene, Yelinda, Yembana, Yengono, and Zaman.

Bulu speakers are concentrated primarily in Cameroon's South Province, with the largest number at Ebolowa and Sangmélima. Some speakers live in the Nyong-et-Mfoumou division of the Centre and the Haut-Nyong division of the East.

Bulu is a Bantu language. It is a dialect of the Beti language and is intelligible with Eton, Ewondo, and Fang.

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 Bulu speakers then please click here:

You can also find out more by visiting these Bible Societies:
https://www.unitedbiblesocieties.org/society/bible-society-of-cameroon/
https://www.unitedbiblesocieties.org/

Get involved

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


For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God—not by works, so that no one can boast.
Ephesians 2:8,9

Contact Us

Cameroon Biblical Alliance

Ave Pachong Adolf, Bafoussam
Bafoussam
Cameroon
1133 Yaoundé
Tel: 22 30 63 63/22 23 14 76/99 52 80 60
E-mail: info@biblesociety-cameroon.org
Website: http://biblesociety-cameroon.org/