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The Wicked Old Witch

Book By: KennyGirl
Mystery and crime

Thw Witch will regret

Submitted:Apr 16, 2012    Reads: 21    Comments: 2    Likes: 0   

Thunder struck with lightening immediately the Old witch, Kazum steped out of her Shrine. Kazum, an old witch with sores on her legs was a very wicked woman, she killed her husband in order to get power and rule over everyone that she ever sets her eyes on. She also used her legs for sacrifice so that she would be in command anywhere, anytime.

This time, she killed a boy of 5 years of age. The little boy and his friends where playing with an empty bottle of water in place of a ball, when suddenly the boy mistakenly threw the bottle into Kazum's hut, he ran as fast as he could to get the ball so that Kazum, the Old Witch would not get a glince at the bottle or even at him when, Kazum came back from the bush , she saw the boy trying to take the ball when she threw a "Pele" on him. He screamed for help but noboby answered him becos they didnt want to be killed by Kazum.

She was known everywhere in Ogien Village as a bad witch and no one, not even the eldest man in the village could dare comfront her. She is a kind of woman that grows old and kills every day.

One day a Bishop visited Ogien village to see his uncle when he stopped by to take a look at Kazum's hut. Kazum got out angrily and slapped him but she could not lift her hand again. she became stuck and her body instantly became ice, the Bishop went to his uncle's house and narrated the story to him, His uncle, Uncle Eben ran away from him saying " ah who are you, that could kill Kazum, oh My, so an ordinary person could kill Kazum" The Bishop told his uncle that with God all things are possible and from that day on all the villagers in Ogien Village worshiped God till Today, Kazum's name which means " Here to destroy" was later changed to Falum which means ' Gone Away "

If you ever visit Ogien Village the first thing they will tell you is " Nawe Ogien Falum ey Odi Kazum Tumborien fala ey meaning " In Ogien Kazum is dead, Falum is come"



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