A fun video from busuu.com, a website for language learning. Busuu is a language from northwest Cameroon and was reported to have 8 speakers back in 1986 by a certain R. Breton (a prolific cataloguer of African languages, if I may note), according to the Ethnologue. It’s highly likely those 8 are not alive today. A user comment on the video claims the actors are speaking are Njikun, which isn’t listed on Ethnologue but is catalogued in “A Dictionary of Cameroon English Usage” by Jean-Paul Kouega (page 44, referring to work done by Dieu and Renaud, 1983). Regardless of its objectives or how it was made, it hopefully still highlights the plight of languages with few speakers.