Belizean Creole has two negative particles: no (Examples 94) and neva (Examples 95 and 96).
Example 94 shows that no occurs in simple past, or tenseless negative sentences.
The particle neva is the negative counterpart of the anterior/ perfective particle me, thus neva does not co-occur with me.Example 95 illustrates the affirmative-negative contrast. It is not clear to me whether this is a case of 'reduction' or substitution, since there are two negative particles, used in complementary contexts.
Source: Escure's 1985 materials
Source: Escure 1983a: 41
Source: Escure 2004: 535