Just an aside.
I have noticed that when Africans adopt English names that they do so with an absolutely carefree disregard for assumed conventions because they do not assume the same conventions.
I have met people with names like Prince High Holy Christopher. His mother just liked the sound of it.
In the same way, a woman's rubber shower cap was seen adorning the head of what appeared to be someone generally regarded as a very "cool dude" in Monrovia, Liberia.
Very refreshing, really.
Of course, I find that most people have their names backwards with the family name last and the personal name first instead of the East Asian form of family name and then personal name. I adopt this convention in email, but it still seems odd to me.