“Pineapples and pawpaws will be good too.” “Add them.” Tope looked at the market list. “Though I doubt Oga will touch them.” Ada smiled. “You know him well.” There’s commotion at the front of the house. Since being married to Iyke, Ada had increased
Iyke’s frown remained, his gaze hard on the closed exit door, till Ada nudged him. The last thing she wanted was transferred aggression. “Are you alright?” He took in a shuddering breath. “I just can’t believe I loved that girl for over
Ada looked out through the reflexive glass of her temporary office and smiled. “They’re here.” Bimbo, Clarence’s import coordinator trailed her gaze. The first trailer load of power bikes rolled to a stop. She clapped her hands and stood. “Come on. Let’s
It had never been hidden, the deep-rooted and glaring hatred between Ursula and Clarence. Sibling rivalry that could lead to civil war so easily. Their mother blamed it on their father’s unfair preference for one but she never could point
Ada wrapped the blanket closer around her. Tears threatened to spill but she swallowed to control it. She’d had many nights of pain, when tears attended her to sleep and wake. Then she’d cried to mourn her failed relationship. These tears
Lillian knocked once and entered the suite allocated to Ada. It had been two days since the family meetings began. As the only two children of the late billionaire Sir Clarence Mbafor, Ada and Clarence had sat through all the meetings.