Once upon a time, in the city of Bowlington in Canada, lived an African family named the Ola’s. This family was made up of 6 members consisting of the father, mother and four children. The father’s name was Femi, the mother’s name was Funke and the children were two boys and two girls named Tunde, Kosi, Latifa and Fareedah respectively. The children were Nigerian by decent and Canadian by birth.
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The Ola’s lived in downtown Bowlington which was known as the white neighbourhood. They had a hard time settling being that they were not used to the foreign lifestyle.
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Femi and Funke wanted the best for their children so they decided to move to Canada. They enrolled all their children in the same school so they could stay together and protect each other. The children found it hard to adapt to the school system because of the language barrier. The Canadian students in the school could not understand the four siblings easily as they were not used to their language.
They found it very hard to communicate therefore they found it hard to make friends and this affected them as they were often separated from their peers. The white kids will always withdraw themselves from the black kids as they did not want to have anything to do with them.
As time passed by, the Black kids started getting picked on by the students and teachers. They would ask questions in class, and the other students will laugh at them for their different pronunciations. The teachers started labelling the children as the ‘black amigos’ and they began treating them differently.