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In order to defeat Soumaoro it was necessary first of all to destroy his magical power.
Oh son of Sogolon, I am the word and you are the deed, now your destiny begins.
I defend the weak, I defend the innocent, Fakoli. You have suffered an injustice so I will render you justice, but I have my lieutenants about me and I would like to know their opinions.
I would have you know, son of Sogolon, that there is not room enough for two kings around the same calabash of rice.
After the destruction of Soumaoro's capital the world knew no other master but Sundiata.
With Sundiata peace and happiness entered Niani.
Everywhere I was able to see and understand what my masters were teaching me, but between their hand I took an oath to teach only what is to be taught and to conceal what is to be kept concealed.
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