And on the decline, the young barely speak it. When the boomers die off, those languages are essentially gone.They're still alive. Just go to Brittany.
We should do the same with rendille. For langaab people they occupy huge land in northern Kenya. Somaliweyn could stretch to Lake Turkana.Their language is too laangaab anyway. Laangaab languages tend to die out. Just look at what happened to the non-French minority languages of France.