Muna Kaïsa — in Batanga language.

Batanga, Tanga, or Noho, is a language spoken in Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea. Limba speakers report some degree of mutual intelligibility and call it “Old Malimba”. It is a part Sawabantu languages.

Sawabantu languages are a group of Bantu languages comprising most of zones A.20 and A.30 of Guthrie’s classification, and most likely also part of zone A.10. According to Nurse & Philippson (2003), the A.20 and A.30 languages apart from Bubi form a valid node. The most important of these languages is Duala, which is a vehicular language.