Obierika: Okonkwo’s friend and confidant
Ofoedu: a villager who comes with a message
Ogbuefi Ndulue: the oldest man in Ire
Ozoemena: Ogbuefi Ndulue’s first wife
Akueke: Obierika’s daughter
Obidrika: a brother of Obierika
Machi: the eldest brother of Obierika
Dimaragana: a man who would not lend his knife for cutting up a dog
Umezulike: a man who taps Okonkwo’s palm trees
Ibe: a young suitor of Akueke
Ukegbu: the father of Ibe
Amadi: a leper who often passes by Obierika’s...
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