Bai Koblo Pathbana II
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|Bai Koblo Pathbana II|
|Marampa, Masimera Chiefdom|
|Birthplace||Marampa, Masimera Chiefdom, Sierra Leone|
|Place of death||Marampa, Masimera Chiefdom, Sierra Leone|
|Buried||Marampa, Masimera Chiefdom, Sierra Leone|
|Heir Presumptive||F. Obai Kabia and Soccoh Kabia|
|Consort to||Paramount Chief Madam Ella Koblo Gulama|
|Issue||F. Obai Kabia,Mrs Isatu kabia-Mustapha, Samuel Kabia, Soccoh Kabia,Annie Kabia, Edward Kabia, Desmond Kabia,Princess Kabia, Frank Kabia, Michelle Kabia, Michael Kabia, Amelia Kabia, Linda kabia-Kamara Feno-Feno(fine Fine Boy) Kabia, Marina Kakay, Donald Kabia, Anita kabia, Francis Fayombo kabia, Madonna Kabia, Edna kabia, Ali kabia, Foday Kabia, Marion kabia (Doo), Victoria kabia, Christine kabia, Hector kabia, Victor Kabia, Christiana kabia, Rosemarie Kabia(Mamanie), Juliet Kabia-daramy, Threasa Kabia-Kamara, Jenny kabia, Bai Bai kabia, Fanny kabia, Baby kabia, Linda kabia (kosna), Alberta Kabia, Didi Kabia, Denis kabia, Eddie kabia, Helen kabia, David Kabia, Shaku kabia,|
Paramount Chief Bai Koblo Pathbana II was a Sierra Leonean paramount chief and politician. He was married to Ella Koblo Gulama, a cross-tribal union marriage between an ethnic Temne and a Mende. Together they had seven children, including F.Obai Kabia and Soccoh Kabia.
Pathbana was a PC[clarification needed] in Lunsar, Sierra Leone in the 1970s.
He was traditionally married to many wives and had many children.
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