The books we read from primary one to six had unforgettable characters. These characters saw us through our primary school education. Its been a while now, but let's look back at the guys that made our childhood fun.
You remember Ali and simbi both were son and daughter to Mr and Mrs salami. Ali is a boy who cuts the grass on Saturday and simbi is a girl who helps her mother also on saturday to clean the house and also wash plate. Ali helps their father in rearing the cattle during holiday while simbi helps her mother at their crop farm. The way we read this books in our primary schools is an unforgettable moment.
Let's look back to some other book we read in our primary schools. Do you remember Ralia the sugar girl and ayawa the witch with her scary breasts, Agbo that lives in the town of lagoon. Mr sada who is a farmer, Eze goes to school. Do you remember Edet who lives in calabar.
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