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Ega, also known as Egwa and Diés, is a language of uncertain affiliation of Ivory Coast. It does not appear to belong to any of the traditional branches of the Niger-Congo language family. Though traditionally assumed to be one of the Kwa languages, Roger Blench now classifies it as a separate branch of the Atlantic-Congo family, though perhaps not far from Kwa and the Volta-Niger languages.
The Ega people are increasing in number, though some are shifting to Dida through intermarriage.