Isambákōn, male, who is identified as Joola Ejamat, was born in 1804 in Bátēndu, Upper Guinea Coast region. He was enslaved through kidnapping in 1826 and taken to Gádṣọu. Subsequently liberated in 1839. Account recorded in 1850 by the linguist Sigismund Wilhelm Koelle at the Liberated African village Kissi. Last known location was Kissi.