In the Nigerian context, storytelling is an ancient tradition passed on from generation to generation. In the past, communities would gather around campfires and tell stories. It would be a great form of entertainment, but also a way to pass on culture, tradition, and life lessons. The stories each of us are told are unique. Take the owl for example. As an African child, it is likely that they have been told stories of the presence of an owl being a sign of death and curses on a family or community. These stories have shaped the African worldview.