The Three Friends

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Once upon a time, there lived two girls and one boy. They were going to school. When they were going, they found a sack full of gold. They were fighting over it. Their names were Najact, Chelsea and Ebenezer.

Once they were fighting, an old woman came out from behind the bush. The old woman said “stop fighting, my children, because it is not good to fight, and someone can get hurt.” The old woman asked them “Why are you fighting?” The children responded that “they have gold. That is why we are fighting.”

“Please my children give me the gold and let me share it among you” the woman said.

Then suddenly, the old woman quickly ran into the bush with the sack full of gold. The children looked for her for about thirty minutes but they did not find her. And as they were walking, they got to a very big sea, whereby they saw the old woman. So when the old woman turned her head and saw that the children were running towards her, they caught the old woman and the old woman vanished into the sea with the children. The old woman told the children that, they should be her children.

One day when the woman told the children that she was travelling far away from them, when the woman got out from the sea and went, the children fasted without food and water for thirty days. A certain day, God answered the children and took them to the city with the gold. And they lived together happily ever after.

 

Thank you

We love you

Thank you for being our friend.

-Ebenezer  Boadu

-Chelsea Manu

-Najact Abdulai

 

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