I could hardly sleep knowing I will be taken around the hills to feed my curiosity the following day. Finally, on Saturday, we set out after breakfast, the first place we visited was the river. I saw two women washing their clothes in a way I had never seen before. These women removed all the clothes they have on to wash. They greeted us normally as if nothing was wrong. I looked at Sir Paul in a shocking way but he told me to be normal so I smiled with them as we exchanged greetings.
While discussing the experience, I didn’t know when we got to the market. I couldn’t walk around as thought because of what welcomed me. I saw most of the people half-naked and going through their transactions but then I saw a woman who was half-naked as others except for the scarf tied on her head. I didn’t know when I turned to Sir Paul and said where does she suppose to cover?!
The experience was enough for the day so we returned to the mission camp. I couldn’t take my mind off my experience at the market and to talk about the fact that we are all Nigerians got me thinking. I couldn’t help but say I had astounding memories with the koma people
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