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Sojef was considered the leader of the Ba'ku. He had one son, Artim.

When his race was on the verge of self-annihilation, Sojef and a small group of his people escaped their star system and in 2066 found an isolated planet in the Briar Patch, where they decided to reject all technology in their everyday lives. Sojef was also, like others that came with him to the Ba'ku planet, rejuvenated by the planet's metaphasic radiation. In 2375, Sojef appeared physically to be in his forties, but was much older when he arrived in 2066. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

Sojef was played by actor Daniel Hugh Kelly.
In a character description that was written by Michael Piller and was used by Casting Directors Junie Lowry-Johnson and Ron Surma to seek a performer to play the role, Sojef was described thus; "A Ba’ku man, about 40 years old, healthy, trim and in the prime of life. He is the leader of the Ba’ku and Artim’s father. He is more diplomatic and gentler than Anij, but devoutly pacifist and distrusting of all outsiders who would come to his world." (Fade In: From Idea to Final Draft, The Writing of Star Trek Insurrection)

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