Once upon a time … Myths, legends and stories were / are the means by which Africans convey messages. Stories, myths, and legends are the most appropriate means of education to edify children.
In most African stories, animals are personified in order to avoid humans being used as living actors in the story. Long before, stories were told by our bards and our poets, the so-called griots. They were usually older women. These stories were told in the evenings by the wood fire while waiting for the meal to be ready. They seemed more interesting than modern televisions. Through Resulam, the resurrection of minority languages, the author presents the stories of his childhood.