The Wrestling Match - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

The next day is a sweltering one for Obi Agilaga and the workers on his farm. In the afternoon when the heat is at its worst, Obi Agilaga and the workers lie down in a cool shed on the property. A rest is necessary to avoid heat exhaustion even though Obi Agilaga is concerned that the sweet potato crop will wither if this heat continues. More helpers on the farm would ease the problem, but Okei and his friends refuse to do any manual labor.

Obi Agilaga directs one of his sons, Onuoha, to the stream to bring water for the men. Before Onuoha is able to leave the shed, sounds of approaching men bring a rush of fear over father and son. Onuoha is able to peep out and determine that the group of approaching men includes Obi Uwechue from Akpei, an...

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