Dear all, this is the last episode of this season as I mentioned yesterday. The next season starts on Monday, hope to see you here! Please tell me what you think about this series, use the hashtag #Oyinade on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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Oyinade and her maids were brought before Ajao in her father’s throneroom. When she saw him seated on it, eating a piece of chicken, she began to cry because she knew that if he wasn’t on it, he was dead. Her maids who had cried all the way from the bushes now began to wail when they saw their pillar of strength crumble.
Continue reading “Oyinade Episode 10: “Strange House…””
I trust that you have enjoyed the series so far. Tomorrow, the concluding part of this season ends and trust me you do not want to miss it! Truths will be revealed, it will be the end of an era! The next season begins on Monday, March 13. I hope you’ll be here.
Just to be clear, this is not a free story and the concluding part (when it is ready for publication) will be available for a token as with I See You Through the Peephole. Continue reading “Oyinade Episode 9: “Lessons, Rewards and Conquests…””
This is the end of the second season of this series. The third and final season of the series will be available on Monday the 15th of August, 2016. I hope you’ll be here! Continue reading “Behind Mud Walls S02 E10: “Desperate Trust.””
Folasade’s father Durotolu was dipping a piece of roasted yam into a calabash of palm oil when he saw his wife and daughter coming from afar with somber looks. Wondering what it was that could have caused them to come all the way from the village to see him in the middle of the day, he finished up his food and wiped his hands as they got to his farm hut. Continue reading “Behind Mud Walls S02 E08: “The Warning.””
“I can’t tell you the details of what is going on but I’m sure that you can tell that something is wrong with your husband…”
“You said you would tell me everything!”
“I am under an oath! I can’t tell you everything.”
“So, Adegbola is impotent.”
Adeyimika didn’t say anything but she could tell from the look on his face that she was right. She started to cry again. Continue reading “Behind Mud Walls S02 E07: “Anger!””
When Ireti heard that her friend’s father had been imprisoned she broke tradition and left her five week old daughter with her mother-in-law who was secretly happy about having her grandchild all to herself. At Mowunmi’s house she met Agbeniyi’s brothers walking out with Ibironke.
“Ah ah Ireti, is your baby six weeks old yet?” the oldest of them asked in surprise. Continue reading “Behind Mud Walls S02 E05: “Hot and Cold.””
Mowunmi poured the pepper she had just ground into the hot oil and stirred it. Then she turned to the pile of leaves she had picked from the garden beside the house and started to cut them up. Adunni and her family always enjoyed her efo riro, so they left the cooking of it to her. Mowunmi loved to cook, it reminded her of precious moments and conversations with her mother. Continue reading “Behind Mud Walls S02 E04: “Second Love.””