Anansi Sinem

Anansi Sinem

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  • You can have them but i have three difficult conditions.
  • Where shall we go?
  • Are you foolish people, why do you stay in the rain that is falling?
  • Go here, in this dry gourt.
  • It’s useless to argue when you can find out the truth. Let’s measure by using this bamboo.
  • My wife thinks that you are shorter and weaker and we had an argument.
  • Anansi yearned all the stories in the planet which were belonged to the sky god, Niame. However, he had three difficult conditions.
  • help me out Im trapped.
  • I can help you but you will eat me when you are free and hungry.
  • I promise it won't happen.
  • Firstly Anansi went to the hornets, memeoboro and poured some water on him and to the hornets so that they were dripping. Then he cut a gourt from a wine and made a hole in it. He called them out to get in the gourt. Anansi used their fear of wetness and plugged them in with grass.
  • Tie this to your tail, be sure well tied.
  • Secondly Anansi went to the python, Onini with a stick of bamboo pole.Then he acted like he had an dispute with his wife about Onini’s length and strength. The python offered to measure himself. Anansi laid the pole and python stretched himself out beside it. Finally he accepted to tie his head to the pole as his one side was getting shorter when he was stretching.
  • Kwaku Anansi, great warriors have tried but they have been unable to do it. You have done it.
  • Therefore, i will give you the stories
  • Thirdly, Anansi went to forest and dug a pit where the leopard, Osebo liked the walk and covered it with small branches. Osebo fell into the trap while he was prowling.
  • . Anansi waited till the morning and heard the leopard calling out for help . Then he bent a tree and tied one end to Osebo's tail, the other end to the tree. Anansi took his knife and cut the rope then he was hunged in the air head downward.
  • Finally, Anansi brought all the animals to Nyame and the sky god gave all the stories to him. From now on whenever a man tells a story he must acknowledge that it is Anansi's tale.
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