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Kofi Annan
Kofi Annan
Kingdom of Kaabu
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  • King of Kaabu
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Kofi Annan is the son of Kojo, and Efua Annan making him a member of and the longtime lord and patriarch of the Kingdom of Kaabu and of the House of Annan.

Following the destruction of the Kingdom of Ghana Kofi would attempt to have his councilors successful vote for the involvement of the Kaabu forces in the event that the Emblam forces decided to attack again, but division and pride continued to rule over the Senate and they would only agree to send a token force if Emblam attacked Mali. Kofi Annan would lose two of his sons during the events of the Emblam Second Waaagh and without his eldest son Ato who was an extremely influential member of the Kaabu senate he found himself emotionally destroyed by the loss of two of his sons but also found himself facing a rebellion as the senate turned against him sparking the Kaabu Civil War. Kofi Annan would take the fight to the rebels immediatly of whom he was able to defeat in the first battle of the civil war, but discovered to his horror that after their defeat during the first battle the rebels had sent a representative to the Emblam Empire and naming themselves the Republic of Gambia they retreated to the islands off the western coast and to Kofi's horror they waited for the arrival of the Emblam forces. Having trapped the rebels on the island of Gambia the forces of Kaabu fell behind Kofi Annan of whom left behind his son Botwe to continue the siege of Gambia while he took most of the Kaabu army to assist Mali during the events of the Emblam Second Waaagh where he fought against the Orcs in southern Mali at the Siege of Accra. Kofi Annan would fight during the Fourth Emblam Waaagh where he led the loyalists of the Kingdom of Songhei in the defence of their island home but at the Battle of Benin he would fall during the fighting leading to his son Owu would lead the few remaining survivors by fleet out of Songhei east through the Niger River.

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Early History

Drama in Kaabu

Following the destruction of the Kingdom of Ghana Kofi would attempt to have his councilors successful vote for the involvement of the Kaabu forces in the event that the Emblam forces decided to attack again, but division and pride continued to rule over the Senate and they would only agree to send a token force if Emblam attacked Mali.

Aftermath of the Second Waaagh

Kofi Annan would lose two of his sons during the events of the Emblam Second Waaagh and without his eldest son Ato who was an extremely influential member of the Kaabu senate he found himself emotionally destroyed by the loss of two of his sons but also found himself facing a rebellion as the senate turned against him sparking the Kaabu Civil War. 

Kaabu Civil War

Kofi Annan would take the fight to the rebels immediately of whom he was able to defeat in the first battle of the civil war, but discovered to his horror that after their defeat during the first battle the rebels had sent a representative to the Emblam Empire and naming themselves the Republic of Gambia they retreated to the islands off the western coast and to Kofi's horror they waited for the arrival of the Emblam forces.

Emblam Second Waaagh

Having trapped the rebels on the island of Gambia the forces of Kaabu fell behind Kofi Annan of whom left behind his son Botwe to continue the siege of Gambia while he took most of the Kaabu army to assist Mali during the events of the Emblam Second Waaagh where he fought against the Orcs in southern Mali at the Siege of Accra.

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