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    Oscar lee
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    Tis your boy oscar and he’s back a gain with a typical african story sit and enjoy!!!!!!
    Episode 1
    Milk in the hands of the tyrant
    A long tym ago, in the western part of
    Nigeria,was a village known as OROPO. As
    the name implies, the village possessed a
    large scale of land. This land of OROPO was
    “flowing with milk and honey”. The land
    could grow any kind of crop, the yield every year was bountiful not to talk of the
    animals in d forest that makes any hunter
    who ventures into the forest happy,
    because he knows he going to have a big
    catch. Clean water from various rivers and
    streams were not exceptions of the natural endowment of OROPO village. But the people of this village suffered from
    a tyrant king. He was known as OBA
    ADEAGBO. Adeagbo will always say to himself; “my
    fathers fought for this land, where were
    their fathers” he will boostfully say. “all
    the farm animals, forest animals, farm
    products infact everything belongs to me
    Adeagbo, whatsoever I want will I give to the people and that’s whenever I want
    it”. He will always laugh after saying this
    loudly in his beautiful, well-decorated and
    big palace. He had only one chief, definitely
    it will be his beautiful wife ADESEWA.
    Adesewa took after her husband, she was so proud and arrogant. ADESEWA was the controller of all the
    women at that time. She had hundreds of
    girls as her servants. Adesewa was cruel
    too, seizing daughters to become servants,
    beheading men who went against her
    wishes and so many abominable things she did to her people. The people suffered from
    this royal couple for a long time. (What is the solution to the problem of
    these helpless people…hmmm…who
    knows…). At the extreme end of the village which
    serves as a border between OROPO and the
    NEXT village called ARAROMI, lived a
    farmer and young lady that happened to be
    the wife of the farmer. The farmer’s
    name was OGUNDELE and his wife, FOLASHADE. This couple were a bit
    comfortable than any other family in the
    village because DELE practised a large scale
    in Araromi which was close to his house
    but pretends to be cultivating a small plot of
    maize beside the house so that the king’s guards will not know anything about his
    survival. A faithful day, Dele went to perform farm
    practices on his land in Araromi village.
    Dele was a very strong and hard working
    young man. As soon as he got there, of a
    surprise to him, the clouds began to change,
    everything was becoming dark looking as if it wants to rain. Dele was feeling dizzy
    heavily to the extent that he fell to the
    ground at some point. Dele’s eyes began
    to close when he observed that spirits
    were coming out of the surrounding
    trees……(What happened to Dele? Were the spirits after Dele? Why were they after
    Dele?…that’s what we will get to know in
    the next episode. Bye for now…)

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    Oscar lee
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    Links to available episodes

    Episode 2

    Episode 3

    Episode 4

    episode 5

    final episode

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    Ride on…

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    OK waiting

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    Seated… Ride on

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    ride on

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