In a city called Laxity notorious for it’s profanity and dubious eccentricity, there lived a man named Ingenuity. Ingenuity and his wife Alacrity, fought calamity and animosity which consumed the people of the city.
Alacrity being the first daughter of Authority was a strong force 2 reckon with. Her intense search to root out the source of their peculiar infirmity revealed that their profanity is the cause of infertility in the land. She also discovered that Mediocrity, a respected elder of their land was responsible for the kidnap of Prosperity. This he successfully achieved while masking as the mouth piece of Posterity.
To combat these evil, she invited Christianity a religious leader and Dexterity, an expert in strife-control to assist her family create the needed awareness and change in their society.
During the awareness campaigns, Dexterity spoke on and expounded the benefits of dignity and integrity in labour. Their son Ingenuity jnr a graduate of Diversity University spoke on the essence of creativity and tenacity in restoring Prosperity to the land of Laxity.
He stressed that ingenuity will bring them the fringe benefits of variety that’ll add d needed spice to their monotonous society. Christianity summed up all the talks with the topic: No prosperity without the Almighty.
Teaching them the keys to progress and good success, he stressed that it is only the fear of the Almighty that gives wisdom and as well enables one and any people to make wealth, live in peace, have a good reputation and leave an enviable legacy for posterity.
Criminality, the city ruler did not take kindly to these new development hence he connived with the eight sons of iniquity to ensure d plans failed.
You’re reading this story cos he failed! His plans backfired; he and his allies were caught, tried and found guilty of crimes of criminality, immorality and extreme cruelty.
Today, the people of Laxity have evolved into a people or great responsibility, tranquility and magnanimity! They now bear the name Ingenuity and have sufficient prosperity to leave for posterity.
That ends the Tale of a certain City.