Mogho Naba

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Mogho Naba (also Moro Naba) is a title for king of the Mossi,[1] an ethnic group in Burkina Faso. Guiba is the town where they traditionally lived before ascending to the throne.[2]

The current Mogho Naba is Naba Baongo II.

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  1. ^ "AFRICAN EMPEROR - MOGHO NABA IN PARIS video newsreel film". British Pathe. Retrieved 29 October 2010. 
  2. ^ Historical Dictionary of Burkina Faso, by Lawrence Rupley, Lamissa Bangali, Boureima Diamitani, 2013, Third edition, Scarecrow Press, Inc. ISBN 978-0-8108-6770-3