The community we visited in Bili speak a language called Mono. With about 7,000 languages in the world, you might think that many language names are repetitive, but most of them are quite unique. However, the language name, Mono, happens to be one that four different language communities, in very different places, all use:
Each is a separate and distinct language community. They just happened to each chose that name for themselves. The Mono of DRC are by far the largest of all of these groups currently with over 100,000 speakers.