(Please don't take the trouble to tell me that N'Ko is an alphabet, not a language. Take up the challenge instead!)
The challenge is:
1. For the above piece of text, produce manually an alphabetically-ordered word frequency list. Define word in whatever way seems most linguistically useful to you.
2. Now, encode the text in Unicode, in such a way that your manual results could be produced from it, given a suitable computer application.
For encoding the various quotes and apostrophes in text, Unicode provides characters including, but not necessarily limited to, the following:
Ciarán Ó Duibhín