Mr. Frimpong is an elderly member of Harri’s church congregation, presumably also a Ghanaian immigrant. He is very religious and an enthusiastic singer of hymns. The Dell Farm Crew (and an unwilling Harri) rob him, which worries Harri because Mr. Frimpong is “only skinny” and frail. Not only do the boys take his wallet, they also stamp on his groceries and leave him lying helplessly on the ground.
Mr. Frimpong Quotes in Pigeon English
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Mr. Frimpong Character Timeline in Pigeon English
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...cancelled that day because someone smashed the windows and wrote DFC all over the walls. Mr. Frimpong is crying; Harri pretends not to know what DFC means. Harri suggests that they go... (full context)