Baba Yabo

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Baba Yabo

Dèhoumon Adjagnon (13 Tedoxe 1925 – 1 Dzodze 1985), si wonya nyuie wu kple eƒe fefewɔƒe ŋkɔ Baba Yabo la nye Benintɔ nukokoedonamela kple fefewɔla.[1] Etrɔ asi le Benin ƒe fefewɔƒewo ŋu to eƒe nukokoedoname ƒe atsyã kple ŋutinyagbɔgblɔ si to vovo la dzi. Enye nukokoedonamela xɔŋkɔwo dometɔ ɖeka le dukɔa me.[2]

Ame ŋutɔ ƒe agbenɔnɔ[trɔ asi le eŋu | trɔ asi le etsoƒe ŋu]

Wodzi Yabo le Porto-Novo, Benin, le Tedoxe 13, 1925.[2] Eyae nye Frédéric Jol Avo fofo.

Eƒe dɔwɔɖui ƒe agbe[trɔ asi le eŋu | trɔ asi le etsoƒe ŋu]

Baba Yabo dze fefewɔwɔ gɔme le fefewɔƒewo le ƒe 1980 ƒeawo me kpe ɖe eƒe Towa konou ƒuƒoƒo, Mamoudou Eyissê si woyɔna be Mister Okéké, kple Antoine Sokênou ŋu.[3]

Ale si woɖoa ŋku edzii[trɔ asi le eŋu | trɔ asi le etsoƒe ŋu]

Baba Yabo ƒe kpememe aɖe si kɔkɔ meta 2 li si wotu tsɔ ɖo ŋku edzi le Zèvou nuto me le Porto-Novo.[4]

Nyatakaka siawo tsoƒewo[trɔ asi le eŋu | trɔ asi le etsoƒe ŋu]

  1. "The artist actor Baba Yabo immortalized in Porto Novo". lavraieinfo. Retrieved 6 October 2020. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 "The comedian artist Baba Yabo passed away 32 years ago". La Nation Bénin, Inc. Retrieved 6 October 2020. 
  3. "Dèhoumon Adjagnon dit "Baba Yabo" & la Troupe Towakonou". WorldCat. Retrieved 6 October 2020. 
  4. "Dèhoumon Adjagnon alias Baba Yabo soon immortalized". All Africa. Retrieved 6 October 2020.