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PEID: 13171

ROP: 108801

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Affinity Group: Sub-Saharan African Peoples

Affinity Bloc: Sub-Saharan African

People Cluster: Bantu, Northwest

Language: Seki - (syi)

Alternate Name(s): Sekyani, Shekyana, Bulu

Primary Religion: Christianity - Non-Evangelical Protestantism

Country: Equatorial Guinea

Also found in: Gabon

Population: 17,500

Global Population: 18,900

PEID: 13171

ROP: 108801

Progress of the Gospel: No Longer Unreached

Global Status of Evangelical Christianity: 5% or Greater but Less than 10% Evangelical

Overview: The Seke of Equatorial Guinea, numbering 17,500, are No Longer Unreached. They are part of the Bantu, Northwest people cluster within the Sub-Saharan African affinity bloc. Globally, this group totals 18,900 in 2 countries. Their primary language is Seki. The primary religion practiced by the Seke is Non-Evangelical Protestantism, a collection of denominations typically more focused on issues of social justice than personal salvation.

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