Do you know that Ali is no longer a boy?
Simbi is now a mother with two children.
Even Mr Salami is no longer a farmer but now a politician.
Edet no longer lives in Calabar but has since relocated to Canada.
Agbo is happily married too and has left the town of Lagun for London.
What of Wakama? He has left Benin and is happily settled in Belgium.
Don't forget the twins, Obi and Nneka; they both own mansions in Miami, Florida and Dallas, Texas.
Chike is no longer the river boy but now a world-class marine engineer.
What of Akin the drummer boy? He hasn't only regained his sight but most importantly pulled down the boys' forest home and established a school of the blind and disabled in its place.
Concerning Tunji the motor mechanic, he not controls only the largest automobile company in the whole of Africa but has the likes of Ringo-Ringo as his domestic staff.
Shettima after regaining his freedom as the boy slave has marked his return as the Assistant Director-General of the NAPTIP.
Eze no longer goes to school or college but is now a professor.
Remember Ralia, the sugar girl? She now owns the biggest sugar factories in Kano and Kenya.
Even Ade, our naughty little brother is now a renowned medical practitioner in one of the biggest ultra-modern hospitals in the country.
Wow, what a great medium to recall those days of Macmillan English we all had offhand. Help others feel the spirit of primary school days by sharing this post but if you don't know, then consider yourself as part of the "Indomie" generation