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Mohammed ibn Gao

Mansa Mohammed ibn Gao was mansa of the Mali Empire from 1305 to 1310.

Mansa Mohammed ibn Gao, as his name suggests, was the son of his predecessor, Mansa Gao. He inherited the throne following his father's death in 1305 and ruled until being succeeded by his uncle, Abubakari II in 1310.

Preceded by
Gao
Mansa of the Mali Empire
1305–1310
Succeeded by
Abubakari II

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