Candido da Fonseca Galvao was probably a son or grandson of African King Abiodun of Oyo Empire in the area now known as Nigeria. He was recognized as a foreign sovereign by the Brazilian monarchy, and was known as Dom Oba II d’Africa, or simply Dom Oba.
Oba Akenzua II, King of Benin (1933-1978) Queen Ranavalona III, Madagascar’s last Queen (1861 - 1917) Menelik II, Negus of Ethiopia (1844 -1913) GAH II Ibrahim, Chief of Bankim, Cameroon
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