The 100 Sons of Samia
Another long fairy tale about a woman who gives birth to 100 sons and their quests and battles.
Who remembers Agumen the first except that he was defeated by the sons of Samia?
Abakwa was not confident that they would ever succeed in finding the mysterious object of their quest
As Amekwa said with a sigh, “All we have found so far is that we are lost".
Numandwa and Agajona had bickered ever since they were infants because, out of all the hundred sons of Samia, they were the least humble.
Beyond the outermost fringes of the dense, dark nameless jungle lay “The Vast Sands”
It was the custom of the Imekana people to prepare a celebration for the warriors returning from their quest
He heard many voices whisper “Hail to Agumen the Termite king"
“How do we defeat an army of Termite- men?”
Samia was overjoyed to see Agumen upon his knees
Rather than seeing them as heroes, the peoples of Orinka and Desula were afraid of the power that the hundred sons obviously wielded.
The sun had not yet risen when Kagukagwa and Mawmiwa came into the land of the Tetrapi which was now governed by Samia and Ekuan on behalf of Hamaga.