PART  II  (301-551)

Kanjaga

2 (theft); 107: headmen, palaver, votes for paramount chief (1910?); 149, 193, 196f, 198, 201, 205f, 211, 216, 231-236, 318, 328; 360f; 375; 475: Boania: River to Wiesi; 477; 503; 504: 3-day trek to Kunbugu market for yams; 505, 506: Fulani; 507f,

chiefs: 5; 6f: Ankanaba elected (1912); 8-11: Adachuro; 32 Ampoba deposed (1926) and  elected; 34: Ayamkom destooled; 78: Babatu, Adachuro elected (1906);  82 list; 90 list; 148: Adachuro died on 27-6-14; had been deposed in April 1913; 176; 180; 183; 185; 187; 189; 224: Adachuro (1905), 225-227; 228: Ankanab should become chief and Adachuro to be deposed (1911); 229: Akanaba elected: 24-4-1913; 230?, 231: Ankanaba old (1922), dies 1922,  Anatiw elected (July 1922); 232f; 234: chief Anatiu died 21-1-1934; election; 235: Ampanta elected: 22-24 Feb 1934; 329; 348, 349: fined; 357, 359, 378, 495f, 508, 521;

544: 27 (?) July 1926: Ampoba removed from Chiefship for failing to assist the Government over Rinderpest + telling lies…  Whittall AgCNP

20th August 1926 Ayakom Kanjarga elected chief. He has a following over 200 compound owners and 350 men as against his rival Azambadi Kanjarga who had a following of 51 compound owners and 79 men (No boys and youth were counted. Ayamkom is a middle aged man and looks strong though a bit curly. Azambodi Kanjaga was a very old man in the doting stage. There were no other competitors.

Ayamkom Kanjarga in the presence of the Head Chief Awe of Navrongo was told that he was elected Chief on 3 years probation. Head chief Awe assured me that Ayamkom would be of great assistance to him.

history: 55: new market; 345;
sections and headmen: 107, 110; 184: 14 sections; 225, 227: headmen, 220, 228 (1913); 231-233; 234 + number of compounds; 235
recruiting: 168 Sgt. Soalla in Kanjaga; 227: discharged
t.n,+tanggbain.: 232

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(F.K. Ed.) 541: August 16, 1912: raids of Babatu: Wia, Sandema, Senissi, Kalarsi; present chiefs are descendants of the grandsons of Wurume, the present chief appointed chiefs of Kanjaga villages. His authority seems to be gone.

August 16, 1912: raids of Babatu: Wia, Sandema, Senissi, Kalarsi;

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