Thursday, May 25, 2017
Mickey had spent the rest of the day wandering about the area and sulking over Gbenga’s attitude towards her. Who does he think he is anyway? No one could change her from being who she is. She told herself...
Bunmi was having a hard time getting her son’s affection, she had initially thought that once she got to Lagos and he saw her, he’d fall into her arms and cry while she soothes his tears away. Gbenga proved...
“Isi gini?” Nosike asked in a whisper. “What did you just say?” Ola fell on her knees and began to cry. “The baby might not be yours...” “What do...do you mean by the baby might not be mine? Have you been....have you?”...
Gbenga sat on the chair at the back of the house while Chekwube brought out two additional chairs and a table. Gbenga’s father and Auntie Lizzie conversed at the background. “I am so impressed with my son’s change...and now, I know...
Gbenga ate his lunch and flipped idly through a newspaper. His father walked into the dining room and sat down. “I see that you’re developing an interest in reading. Before I enrolled you in the government school, you were more...
Happy Workers day everyone! May God continue to bless the works of our hands and may we never toil in vain. Have a wonderful day! ****** As Ola left Aunty Lizzie’s house that evening, she felt as though the weight of...
Chekwube had just gotten home, she was unnerved by all that had happened at her sister’s house that she went straight to the kitchen to drink a glass of cold water. “Back already?” A masculine voice asked. Chekwube turned around and...
Chekwube was on her way home when Mickey fell into step with her, she couldn’t rub the ecstatic look on her brother in-law’s face away from her mind and as she made her way back to Aunt Lizzie’s house,...
Bunmi stepped out of the taxi in her four inch wedge high heels and multi-coloured leggings and hoodie. She was about making her way across the street when she heard her cousin whisper to her from the car. “Hiss! Hiss!” Bunmi...
Ola was in the kitchen, she was feeling quite ill. She wished Chekwube was still with her as she would have been the one, making dinner. “Ola.” Chekuwbe called out from the door to the kitchen. Ola mopped the sweat off...

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