n Institute of African Studies Research Review - Chapter thirteen
|Article Title||Chapter thirteen|
|© Publisher:||Institute of African Studies|
|Journal||Institute of African Studies Research Review|
|Author||S.W.D.K. (Kum) Gandah|
|Publication Date||Jan 2008|
|Pages||34 - 41|
As soon as Assibi left us and drove back to town, we took our scanty luggage and dispersed to our compounds. Of course, as newcomers Sorkumo and Debomo were not assigned to their compounds until after the roll was called. So we stayed together in front of compound five until the assembly drum was sounded. Then Sorkumo was assigned to compound two and Debomo to compound one. The Lawra boys, under whose prefectship I had suffered so badly and who had been made deputy captains in my first year, were now promoted to be compound captains. Gangman was appointed to compound one, Diedong Dombo to compound two and Yiriyele Baanye to compound three. Luckily for me I was in none of their compounds, and compound four in which I had been placed the year before was captained by Mumuni Kpaligu. The head prefect was a Waala boy, Yakubu Bole, and the dining hall chairman was Asumda Ayibo.
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