He was a member of the Wengaloo, or Leopard Tribe. He was the son of the former king Gaheji, but he and his mother were both killed by Obingo. Professor Cedric Scrivener brought him back to the United Kingdom to work as his servant in 1851.
Abasi challenged Obingo in 1860 Congo, and was killed by Obingo, but then was revived by the Corona of Alsion. He passed the test of the Cornoa of Alsion and defeated Obingo, although as his father was revived from the dead he was not king yet. (AUDIO: The Ghosts of Gralstead)