Datapoint Angolar/Position of interrogative phrases in content questions

There is one interrogative element which is situated at the end of the sentence, namely the locative bô/ô:

Kikiê e ô?
[fish DEM where.is]
'Where is the fish?' (Maurer 1995: 139)

This locative interrogative is of Edo origin and exists in all the Gulf of Guinea creoles ( in Santome and Fa d'Ambô, and ba in Principense). In my view, it is a verb, but Tjerk Hagemeijer analyzes it as an interrogative pronoun.

Values

Interrogative phrase initial

Example 36-15:
A ô bê thapatu pê?
A
where
ô
2sg
see
thapatu
shoe
pê?
put
Where did you find the shoes?
French: Où as-tu trouvé les souliers?

Source: Maurer 1995: 138

Confidence:
Very certain