Your letter was received on the 14th of October 2016. In fact, I was filled with much joy and pleasure to the extent that even words can't describe my happiness for having you as a pen-friend. To be frank, I really enjoyed and understood every single expression in the content of your lovely letter.
Anyway, my name is Nasiata Allah-Kabo. Nasiata is my first name and Allah-Kabo my surname. I am an 18-year-old girl and in the final year (high school). I am a Muslim by religion and a noble student of St. Ann's Girls' SHS (SAGISS) which is a Catholic School situated in Sampa, Brong Ahafo Region, Ghana, West Africa. I am a citizen of Ghana by birth who hails from Sampa in the Brong Ahafo Region.
You know what? I enjoy eating rice with vegetable stew together with egg. What is your favourite fruit? As for me, I really enjoy taking oranges after every meal. Just exactly the subject you prefer, that is when it comes to learning? I enjoy English Language a lot. I love reading story books with opened heart and opened mind. Especially during my leisure time. What do you love doing at your leisure time? I enjoy reading a story book called "The Blinkards" written by a Ghanaian playwright called Kobina Sekyi which was written to ridicule the blind imitation of the European culture by Africans. After school I will like to become a midwife since my aim is to help women in labour to have a safe delivery. And you, what is your future career?
Yes, unless I forgot, I will be going to the Nurses' and Midwifery Training College after school. This is because I want to study more about safe delivery. I will also attend a school of journalism and become a worldwide famous journalist. I have no siblings and live with my grandparents. The people of Sampa including my family celebrate a festival called the "Krube Festival" during Ramadan. Earnestly speaking, it is one of the best cultural heritage among the people of Sampa. During this festival, the girls dress in nice clothes with beads around their neck, waist and wrist together with something special made from sack called "sokuo." They dance waving it into the air, meaning they are thankful to God for his protection throughout the whole year.