Kofi the Outcast

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Kofi Ejiofor, a young orphan with a Ghanaian name and a Nigerian surname, faces racial discrimination in his struggle to carve out a niche for himself in life. All Kofi wanted was to be loved and accepted into the community of the Amuzi people. but even after many years of living in the land, the people he calls his family and friends would still not accept him as one of their own. Kofi’s love for the chiefs daughter has been replaced by another, and what was once love has turned into pain and anger. Moreover, if Kofi is asked to leave, he wouldn1 —at least, not without a fight for what should be rightly his. Koff the Outcast is set in the precolonial era and thingsto limelight the sentiment and the prejudice imposed and demonstrated by the traditions of the people.

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Kofi Ejiofor, a young orphan with a Ghanaian name and a Nigerian surname, faces racial discrimination in his struggle to carve out a niche for himself in life. All Kofi wanted was to be loved and accepted into the community of the Amuzi people. but even after many years of living in the land, the people he calls his family and friends would still not accept him as one of their own. Kofi’s love for the chiefs daughter has been replaced by another, and what was once love has turned into pain and anger. Moreover, if Kofi is asked to leave, he wouldn1 —at least, not without a fight for what should be rightly his. Koff the Outcast is set in the precolonial era and thingsto limelight the sentiment and the prejudice imposed and demonstrated by the traditions of the people.