Mo gbé means “I am doomed” or “I am in trouble”
This exclamatory sentence is very loud in tone when pronounced. Mo gbé means “I am doomed”. Usually, said when a person is in serious trouble, or disaster.
1. Mo kú, Mo gbé, mo dáràn.
(I am dead, I am doomed, I have committed a crime)
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