BAFANJI TALES: Jieh Soh (Elephant Shapeshifter) by Alina Liwo

By Alina Liwo

whilst justice fails to be supplied to people who desire it such a lot, and the legislation of the land is not able to guard the villagers from the ruthless Tiehmuso, then justice is taken into the palms of the unexpected.

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A fictitious brief tale encouraged by means of the wealthy people stories of The Bafanji Village; positioned in Ngoketungya department of the North-West Province in Cameroon, Africa.

The Bafanji stories books were created to additional the customized of storytelling and to provide the area a flavor of Cameroon's wealthy tradition and arts.

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