TISHA RETURNS RECAP
TISHA is the story of Abbey Ilori, a Lagos student teacher posted to Abagboro Community High School, a remote village far from his home and all that he is used to, as part of the requirements for his
CHAPTER 25 – GIRL-POWER
Bisi is a powerful girl. No one needs to tell me to convince me. I stare in awe as she waltzes around the small group gathered in front of the village head’s palace. A meeting conveyed to
CHAPTER 24 – DESPERATE PEOPLE
Sweat from nowhere pour down my face. All is strangely quiet as I struggle to breath. I can’t open my eyes. I can’t see Moni’s blood flow. But with several odd moments of silence, I turn
CHAPTER 23 – HORROR LOADING
With darkness upon us, Ade’s executioner produces a powerful flashlight. The group goes all the way out of the village to a thick patch after the farmlands and before the next village.
I see a different side
CHAPTER 22 – ONCE UPON A NIGHTMARE
I don’t have much of a choice because Ade’s executioner walks up behind me with his machete in one hand, and Moni in the other.
Ah. If this was between me and Ade, man to
CHAPTER 21 – SHOW TIME
There always is a calm before a mighty storm. It’s just how life is. The policemen call Bisi to corroborate my story and she does. It’s amazing how detailed she is, up to the number of
CHAPTER 20 – THERE COMES A TIME
There comes a time, in a man’s life, when he must stand for what he believes. I remember the saying, “If you don’t stand for something, you will fall for anything.” It is the
CHAPTER 19 – MOUTH OF THE FISH HOOK
Through the night I struggle with the implications of what these girls have put me onto and decide for myself, I am not willing to risk my life or that of my sister’s.
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