When our ancestors left Blemado, they came to Todome where they stayed for some time. They eventually moved to Afedome, which is now known as Leklebi Agbesia.
Our ancestors were hunters who used arrows and bows instead of guns. One day after a heavy down pour a hunter went in search for an animal for the days meal, fortunately he heard a loud noise (hooooooo) thinking it was an antelope. He followed the sound and found water falling from the mountain to a big pool.
He went back to the village and narrated what he saw to the people who followed him to the waterfall for them to witness it themselves. When they arrived, they indeed saw water falling beyond the mountain into a pool.
In the Ewe language they say (Tsi la Fla to la boooo), which translates to “it goes beyond the mountain.” This is where the name Aflabo comes from.