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Tunde, a tricky naughty truant, glories more in absconding from school activities and hunting lizard about. He plays his tricks on whoever he desires to take for a ride at any moment. Even his parents and teachers are not excluded. However, luck runs out of him during of his attempts at tricking his parents and the family Doctor. Tunde had to lose the fulfilment of some promises earlier made to him by his father. What are they? Read on.
Ajaka, a renowned wizard, exercises his power and heals hundreds of sick people in Igbeti. After this prodigious feat, he makes a resolve to live in Igbeti. Barely a year later, Elewi, the king, being to suspect that the wizard is making secret plans to destroy him and usurp the throne.
When the news of the cow raiders came to Mallam Abu, he became so worried about his cows and told his sons to be watchful over them. His worries became intensified when his cattle including his favourite cow and its beautiful calf was nowhere to be found. Could they have been victims of the raiders
She stoops to Conquer’ is a comedy by the famous 18th century Anglo – irish novelist playwright and poet Oliver Goldsmith. Oliver Goldsmith is best known for his novel The vicar of Wakefield (1766,) his pastoral poem The Deserted village (1770) and his play The Good – Natur’d Man (1768). He is said to have been born on 10 November 1730, either in the townland of Pallas, near Ballymahon, county Longford, Ireland where his father was the Anglican Curate of the parish of Forgney or at the residence of his maternal grandparents, at the Smith Hill House in the diocese of Elphin, where his grandfather was a clergyman. She Stoops to Conquer is one of the most performed eighteenth century plays, unanimously enjoyed for its amazing and deep insight into human psychology and behaviour. It is immensely rich in comic situations, lively characterisation and amusing language. It is a classic example of a laughing comedy with and enduring appeal.
Queen Moremi lived in ile-ife. She decided to liberate her people from the gruesome hands of the arch enemies of the ifes. She put her life on the line by refusing to join the bandwagon of cowards at a time when brave men feigned to be woman for fear of being killed, mutilated or taken away to a distant land as slaves.