The Singing Night Birds

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It about a large town called Akunte.
Akunte has numerous trees which were extended to the King's Palace and the Market. The trees provides shade for buyers and sellers in the market. The trees became an abode to various birds that sings day and night.

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Young Adult (18-35)


British (General) Nigerian


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The Singing Night birds. Our control was a fairly large town. The King's palace was at the center of the town and it was close to the central market. There were many victories, with white branches and big trunks in front of the palace, as well as in the market. Thousands of birds stayed on the huge trees in the mornings and in the evenings the huge trees provided shade for buyers and sellers, especially during the hot weather. There were buildings in the large palace premises which was adorned with many big carbons. The biggest building had about 30 rooms. The king and his wife lived in those buildings. No one could say in which room the king would state on any given day. His servants and chiefs. We are always around during the day and visitors were thoroughly searched before being allowed into the palace premises. But the birds were always free to fly about. They found a natural home. In the truth the people call them the singing night birds so they sang both day and night.