Awon Wolof je eya ni Afrika.

Wolof
Abdoulaye Wade in 16-05-2007.jpg
Notable Wolof: Abdoulaye Wade,
Àpapọ̀ iye oníbùgbé
3.6 million[1]
Regions with significant populations
Senegal:
  3.2 million

The Gambia:
  200,000
Mauritania:
  185,000

Èdè

Wolof,
French (Senegal and Mauritania),
English (The Gambia),
Hassānīya Arabic (Mauritania)

Ẹ̀sìn

Sunni Islam (90%), Animism (6%), Christianity (2%)[2]

Ẹ̀yà abínibí bíbátan

Lebou, Serer, Toucouleur

Locator map for Wolof ethnic distribution. Note that this shows areas of traditional concentration of Wolof communities. Distribution of self-identified Wolof people is wider, populations are intermixed, and use of Wolof language has come to be near universal in Senegal.


  1. ethnologue.com (2002 figures)
  2. Senegal:Religion, africaguide.com (1996-2008).