Part VI Summary: Sundiata, Ruler of Mali

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The allies go on to defeat all of Soumaoro's partisans. Sundiata travels back to Mali to rule. He appoints the descendants of Balla Fasseke - the Kouyate - as the official griots to his heirs, the Keitas. He finds that the inhabitants of Niani have already started to rebuild their...

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The allies go on to defeat all of Soumaoro's partisans. Sundiata travels back to Mali to rule. He appoints the descendants of Balla Fasseke - the Kouyate - as the official griots to his heirs, the Keitas. He finds that the inhabitants of Niani have already started to rebuild their city, and Sundiata makes it his center of power. Here Sundiata rules justly and wisely for many years. Though many great rulers come after Sundiata, none equal the son of the Buffalo Woman and the Lion King. He left his mark on Mali for all time, Kouyate reminds us, and his decrees still guide the citizens in their conduct.

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