Pope Augutta (Born Iago Mustaff - Ankara, Turkey; 13 January 1921 - 13 January 1999) Was the Pope of the Catholic religion from 1981 after his predecessor John Paul II was shot dead. At the time, Turkey was a much divided country between Muslim and Christian religions, and there was a small uproar with there being a Turkish pope.
Iago was born into dire poverty in the small Turkish town of Antalya to parents Imrau and Anya Mustaff. The only education Iago received were at weekly church seminars, where he was taught to read Turkic and Arabic. He had a great interest in the Catholic Church since a very early age