Even though the enstoolment of Chief Butta as the chief of Susuka brought a lot of controversies, the youth had confidence in him because they believed that he would be able to reform all the bad customs and practices in the town. For these and other reasons, the youth took it upon themselves to provide the royal family with foodstuff, clothes, shelter and other necessities of life. After some months, the royal family was however compelled to engage in farming in order to avoid disgrace after the youth had stopped to provide them with their needs since they did not witness any reforms.
The story also reveals how the chief fisherman of Susuka and a hunter planned to kidnap Prince Lokus, Chief Butta’s only son and send him to the Evil Island.
Find out what happens after the prince is kidnapped.
J.B. Pokoo-Aikins is a Senior Police Officer who attended St. Augustine's College, Cape Coast and acquired his Master's Degree in Library Studies at the University of Ghana, Legon and a Bachelor's Degree in Publishing at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi. He has other qualificationsin Law Enforcement. The author is a native of Cape Coast and currently a Ghana Police Librarian and a Directing Staff at the Ghana Police College, Accra, Ghana.
He has written other children's storybooks including 'Police Friends and the Troubled Children', 'Our Safe Future' and 'Firefighters and the Sad Festival'. His interests are in the fight against bribery, corruption and indiscipline, children's safety as well as helping Ghanaian farmers to uplift their morale and image.