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Enele Maafu

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He was born in Tongatapu, Tonga, in 1816, as the son of Aleamotu'a, Tu'i Kanokupulu. In 1840 he married Elenoa Ngataialupe, with whom he had one child, Siale'ataongo, in Nukualofa.
The fearless warrior Prince
In fact he returned from Tonga with powerful Enele Ma'afu in 1847 although he eventually fell out with Ratu Cakobau and was forced to take refuge with Rewan chief Qaraniqio. Ratu Mara would then ally himself with other chiefs including Koroi Ravulo of ...
IL Bula: Fiji's most famous player with the longest surname in First-Class cricket
Enele Ma'afu'otu'itonga (usually referred to as Enele Ma'afu), the Tongan Prince, was also a self-proclaimed Fijian leader. Bula was Ma'afu's great-great-grand-nephew. He was born in Tobou in Lakeba, Lau, Fiji.

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