Fulfulde (Adamawa) is a major language in Northern Cameroon and Nigeria. Fulfulde is the language of the Fulbe people (also known as Peul or Fulani), who are found throughout West Africa. The Adamawa dialect is widely spoken in the Adamawa Province, North Province and Extreme North Province of Cameroon, Also in Adamawa state of Nigeria.
Fulfulde has several dialects with some differences between the Fulfulde Massina , Fulfulde Adamawa, Peul and Gambia dialects.
Fulfulde is originally written using the Arabic ajami text but recently English letters are used or the adlam scripst dveloped by two guniean borthers.
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Money Depends on the country in the francophone countries they use francs up to 250 Francs CFA is counted by five. In other countries like `Nigeria the Naira is used and the numbers are counted using the adopted arabic version of counting due to the Ajami influences.