CHAPTER 17 – THE TRUTH AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH
To think Mr. Akande suspects me of stealing his daughter away is like the thief indicting the owner. I wasn’t even attracted to the girl. My Bisi is more than good
CHAPTER 15 – WHILE I WAS LOVING
I follow Moni to the village square early Saturday morning, glad to see her leave. The bus from neighbouring villages pass through before six o’clock, picking passengers along the route to Ile-Ife. Once you
CHAPTER 14 – HAPPY HOUR
I receive a letter from my school, rejecting my request to be transferred out of Abagboro, which is just what I prayed for. In the last one month my requests had changed at least three times
CHAPTER 11 – EXISTING CONFLICTS
My dear sister had prepared lunch by the time I return from school, and left a note she’s gone for a walk including to the stream, and with a promise she’s safe. I call her number
CHAPTER 10 – COOL OPERATOR
“I promised to stay safe, and I am.” Moni pats my cheek and strolls off.
It’s break time and the students are still cutting grass and clearing the school compound. I’d told my students we have to
CHAPTER 9 – WHAT? MR AKANDE?
I glare at Moni like she’s grown horns, but I lower my voice. “What has that got to do with what we’re saying?”
“Shouting.” She turns off the stove and for a moment, the fumes choke
CHAPTER 8 – WHAT STUBBORNNESS
Like all first days at school, the students are wild and it’s not possible to hold any classes. I am not in a position to, anyway. Ajao is nowhere in sight, and I take that as
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CHAPTER 7 – LOST NOT FOUND
The following morning, I wake early enough so I can get
CHAPTER 6 – OUT OF CONTROL
I shake so badly, the ground must have rumbled, because Ade turns to our direction and crosses over.
I must confess my sister is a pretty one. She doesn’t look anywhere like me, though anyone