Hanga New Testament

The Hanga language is spoken by several thousand people living in a dozen villages in northern Ghana.

This New Testament is the 200th completed since the work of the Wycliffe Bible Translators began. Geoffrey and Rosemary Hunt, members of the Summer Institute of Linguistice and the Wycliffe Bible Translators took up residence in the Hanga village of Langantere in 1971 to learn the language and expedite Bible translation.


Title: Naawun bukupaali New Testament Hanga Language of Ghana
Date: 1983
Publisher: International Bible Society and World Home Bible League
Contents: New Testament
Language: Hanga
Images: Cover Title page


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