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Women of Kufi are workabolics, rising with the sun and sleeping with the moon. Their work is unceasing, ranging from working on the farm, cooking food and washing of dishes, taking care of their children and showering affection on their husbands. They take their responsibility with grace and cheerfulness, seldom complaining and striking compromises almost all the time. They eat after their husbands and children have had their fill. They sit quietly to watch their husbands to detect their moods, pleasure and dispositions. They always look forward to the birth of their next babies which would secure for them the enhanced status of motherhood and wifehood.
In Kufi, women face common challenges of which competition between wives for the affection and love of their man ranks the highest. Men are free to take as many wives as they think will satisfy them. These wives of a man usually fight and argue over who becomes the favourite of their man. The youngest wife usually wins as men prefer younger women to older, experienced ones.
Meanwhile the women, whose husbands are still alive, are secretly envying Yaremis independence of mans authority. Yaremis business is booming and she never misses an opportunity to share her good fortune with others. This increases her influence in the society. Gradually, she becomes influencial and popular in the society. This development does not go down well with men. It poses a threat to their authority and status. They want their women submissive and pliable.
There are men who are attracted by Yaremis personality. They try to sweet talk her into marrying them.
The novel tends to depict the aforementioned concept, in the sense that the judicial system at the time of the novel - 1930's - wherein racism, segregation and fractionalization reigned Supreme.
It depicts the inequity of the judicial system with regard to certain key factors, viz, interest of the media, fair hearing and the promotion of political ambitions.
(i) Interest of the media: It should be observed that the setting of the novel shows the high degree of white supremacy. Those in the corridor of power were highly populated by whites and all the media - radio and TV stations-were solely controlled by them. In this regard, the outcome was always going to be on the side of the supremacists.
(ii) Fair hearing: One Is adjudged to be guilty before being proven innocent but in the case Bigger Thomas, he was not handed a fair hearing or a chance to defend himself.
(iii) Political ambitions - The incumbent Attorney General at the trial who had all "the cards in his pocket" knew he had the wherewithal to swing the case in his favour, no matter the emotional plea made by the public defender lawyer.
In summary the novel depicts the struggle of blacks in a supposed "white-ruled" society.
Uncle Deyo was Ajumobi's bossom friend when he was alive. They usually worked on their farms like twins. After the death of Ajumobi, he(Deyo) helps Yaremi with difficult chores such as mending the leaky roof of her house and rebuilding the walls of her mud house.
Apparently, Deyo is a responsible friend. He takes Alani on a tour of his fathers farms and tells him what is expected of him as Ajumobi's only son. Unlike most men, who would like to take advantage of the widow of their deceased friend, Uncle Deyo did not do that nor did he try to covet or possess the landed property of his friend who had died. He meticulously guided Alani, Ajumobi's only son on what is expected of him in life and assisted Ajumobi's widow, Yaremi, the best way he could. Indeed, a close examination of the role of uncle Deyo shows that he is a good man and a trusted friend.
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