My Father’s Song: Papa Ayivi’s Song

This story is told from a song a father composed and sung to his son, the author, when he was young. The story is set in the days of old where man and animals could talk and understood each other. Alegeli (Rat), Dzakpata (Snake), and Zangbetor (a spirit) are stuck in a pit and on the verge of death. They are rescued by Klogo, a poor hunter, and all three promise to help the hunter one day. Alegeli comes to Klogo with a pot of gold, which unknown to Klogo, was stolen from the chief’s palace. He becomes rich overnight and becomes the talk of the village; some said he had acquired blood money, while others said he had inherited a fortune somewhere. Sakpli, the village drunk and gossip, reports to the palace that Klogo had stolen the chief’s gold. Aligeli, Dzakpata, and Zangbetor have to come up with a plan save the hunter…

15.00

Weight 0.250 kg
Author

Efo Kodjo Mawugbe

Publisher

Afram Publications

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