You Are Ask To Answer 2(Two) Questions
Only One Each From Section 1 (Part 1)
And Section 2 (Part 2).
Fofo; Fofo is the fourth child of Maa Tsuru. She is fourteen years old and lives on the street. She is a dreamer and would often drift away in her own world of fantasy. She is quite brave and intelligent. She tactfully resists Poison’s rape attempt and disguises as boy to protect herself from further assault by Poison and his gang. Through her character, the reader gets more insight into the circumstances surrounding Baby T’s death.
Kabria; The wife of Adade and mother of three energetic children, Kabria worked with MUTE, a non-governmental agency and lived in a decent neighbourhood in Accra which contrasted sharply to the situation in Sodom and Gomorrah. With a problematic car called Creamy, she tried to combine career with her responsibilities as wife and mother. She was instrumental to Fofo’s rehabilitation and contributed in no small measure to unraveling the mystery surrounding Baby T’s death.
Kpakpo; Kpakpo was Maa Tsuru’s dubious, jobless and unscrupulous lover. He deceived Maa Tsuru and masterminded Baby T’s sale into prostitution. He also aided Onko’s visit to Baby T leading to the latter’s death.
Yaremi is the widow of Ajumobi, a very brave and successful Hunter who gave in to the cold hands of death after a brief illness that couldn’t be cured by the village herbalist who was called to cure him. After the death of her husband, Yaremi suffers all kinds of ill treatments From her kinsmen and the villagers, ranging from accusation of murder and horrible traditional widows’ rites. She is always overwhelmed with sorrowful thoughts but find solace in the fact that her husband, Ajumobi, did not die an abominable death. She is left to stay with her grandson, Woye, who assist her in domestic chores and taffeta business. Woye also keeps Yaremi company, and this to a large extent, fills the vacuum which the death of Ajumobi created. No wonder Yaremi does everything possible to restore the health of Woye when he is sick. Woye eventually becomes well again, and Yaremi’s joy knows no bound. More often,. Yaremi reminisces on her past relationships with her husband who was a strong defence to her. She recollects his caring attitude and constant provision of bush meat to her, unfortunately his death has created an irreplaceable vacuum in her life, and subjected her to abject loneliness ,
At first, she tries hard to fall the new life of loneliness but later becomes accustomed to her predicament, she moves on with life and forges ahead in business through which she becomes and independent and important figure in the village of KUFI, to the admiration of all and sundry. Yaremi’s success is success is for all women in the village of kufi, as she usually makes food donations such as corn, pumpkin, etc to them. However Yaremi’s outstanding success becomes a threat to the men of kufi because according to them “no woman of the land had ever been allowed to worm her way into a position of prominence in village matters. While most men sees her as someone to be avoided, some others long for her company. Yaremi violates the widows’ traditional rite of picking a new Cap, that is selecting a new man for marriage by maintaining her love for her late husband, Ajumobi.
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