Oladapo sat in the room staring at the identical twin boys.
“I should have insisted that she take that scan!” He thought.
But what good could that have done? He asked himself.
“Yet here I am with two more children to consider. I don’t even know if any or both of them are autistic!” he thought. Continue reading “The Family Part 28”
I come bearing news! We’re going to be embarking on a project together starting from now. We are starting a PROJECT 100 SHARES PER POST CAMPAIGN! All you have to do is share my post on facebook, you can even write something about the series and how it has impacted you positively as you share the link. Continue reading “The Family Part 26”
Dear reader, thank you for being here. Based on the announcement I made yesterday, this is the last post for the month. The series will continue on Tuesday, June 7.
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Have a restful weekend! Continue reading “The Family Part 24”
Niniola was moping the kitchen floor when Chief Afonja walked in.
“Good morning sir.”
“Make me some tea.”
As she set the kettle on the burner, the chief sat down at the breakfast table and wiped his forehead. He had slipped out of Mama Eli’s bed, about to escape to Mama Ayo’s room when she stopped him with some distressing news. Continue reading “The Family Part 16”
Gbenga floated in and out of consciousness before the next person grabbed him. His throat was sore from screaming and his energy was depleted from taking too many punches, kicks and slaps. He had come to the conclusion that the policemen had left the station. He had screamed too loudly for anyone not to have heard him. His body bled from several places and his boxers was torn.
But I’m innocent… Continue reading “The Family Part 15”
Biola was ready to face the world again, two weeks after the assault. She applied her make-up and wore a simple knee-length gown. When she got into her children’s room they looked at her surprised.
“Mum?” Ayo said tentatively, wondering if she was really back.
“Yes Ayo, are you ready for school?” Continue reading “The Family Part 14”
Mama Ayo sat on the floor of the shower unable to erase the memories of what Gbenga had done to her.
“I’m sorry! I’m sorry! I was drunk and you bashed my ego! You made me do it!” he had said, pulling up his trousers after he was done assaulting her.
She had calmly gotten off the bed and pulled down her skirt, her entire body shook from the shock what had happened to her. Continue reading “The Family Part 13”