Jaja d'Opobo

Jaja d'Opobo
Jaja d'Opobo
Roi d'Opobo
Couronnement 1870
Nom de naissance Jubo Jubogha
Date de naissance 1821

Jaja d'Opobo (1821–1891, de son nom de naissance Jubo Jubogha) est un prince nigerian fondateur de l'état-ville d'Opobo. Né à Amaigbo, sur les terres Igbo et vendu à l'âge de 12 ans comme esclave à Bonny. Jubo Jubogha prendra le nom de "Jaja" lors de ses marchandages avec les britanniques, qui le materont en 1887 avec Harry Johnston.

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