With pronominal NPs, there is more flexibility for Possessum-Possessor order, as in kadz mi [house 1SG.POSS] 'my house'. With full NPs, the order is possessor-possessum. There is an (uncommon) "afterthought" construction, in which the possessum precedes the possessor, but the genitive marker still follows the possessor:
Akə kadz, ɔ̃m su
that house man GEN
'that man's house'
However, there is a break in the syntactic construction, indicated by the comma after kadz.
Source: Clements 2007: 168