Wogodogo Monarchy

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The Wogodogo Monarchy is a traditional state in Burkina Faso. It was founded ca.1690 by Naaba Za. Its rulers are titled Moogo-naaba. Its current ruler since 1982 is Naaba Baongo II.[1]

List of rulers[edit]

  • ca.1690 -? Naaba Zana
  • .... – .... Naaba Giliga
  • .... – 1729 Naaba Ubra
  • 1729 – 1737 Naaba Muatiba
  • 1737 – 1744 Naaba Warga
  • 1744 – 1784 Naaba Zombre
  • 1784 – 17.. Naaba Koom I
  • 17.. – 1795 Naaba Saaga I
  • 1795 – 1802 Naaba Dulugu
  • 1802 – 1834 Naaba Sawadogo
  • 1834 – 1842 Naaba Karfo
  • 1842 – 1850 Naaba Baongo I
  • 1850 – 1871 Naaba Kutu I
  • 1871 – 1889 Naaba Sanum
  • 1889 – 1897 Naaba Wobgo
  • Oct 1896 – Nov 1896 Naaba Mazi (in rebellion)
  • 1897 – 1905 Naaba Sigiri
  • 1905 – 1942 Naaba Koom II
  • 1942 – 1957 Naaba Saaga II
  • 1957 – 1982 Naaba Kugri
  • 1982 – Naaba Baongo II

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Burkinabe traditional polities". Rulers.org. Retrieved 2007-12-23.