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(12-04-2019, 09:17 PM)Dreadlocks Wrote: In 2014 B boys fought wiht selati male in tintswalo, what  happend after that, they took only territory or territory with talamati pride

At that time Selatis where still nomadic, arrived north after losing their western sector to Majingilanes, they had few scraps with Bboys but nothing serious, Bboys moved further south, then Selatis took over Talamati pride from N. Matimbas who moved off, and stayed with them to the end of 2017,when the last Selati disapeared.
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