In basilectal registers, plural markers are only used if plurality is not obvious from the context (it is obvious in sentences like 'You have sharp eyes’ or in generic expressions).
If plural marking occurs in these registers, there is normally only one such marker in a noun phrase. The first word, where it is possible, takes the marker.
This can be a determiner or a preceding adjective.
Source: Brüser et al. 2002: s.v. ánda
Source: Brüser et al. 2002: s.v. djogu
Source: Veiga 1987: 89