When Babatunde returned from the sawmill and saw the queue waiting outside their door to buy his wife’s food, he smiled. He greeted the people warmly, and went inside the house to find Sewa sweating profusely in the kitchen.
“My wife the caterer!”
“My husband the carpenter!”
They laughed and embraced each other the way that soul mates would. Continue reading “Abowu District Episode 20”
The series, We Knew Them continues today. Thank you for being here. Before you start reading however, I’d like to share a few things. Continue reading “We Knew Them Part 11”
Dear reader, this is the final episode of this series. Thank you for being here and kindly remember to share this link with someone.
May we be courageous enough to take charge of our lives.
Have a great weekend!
Continue reading “Run! Part 4”
I don’t understand Eno’s depression. She has just safely given birth to a child, what is so sorrowful about that?
“It’s not a boy. My husband needs a boy. I have failed him again!”
“Eno, is it your fault that you gave birth to a girl? Did you create the child in your womb?” Continue reading “Run! Part 3”
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Continue reading “Room 003- Part 3”
“Doctor, you need to help me.”
Wale knew that his mother had to go. Labisi was clearly uncomfortable with his mother’s presence in the hospital and heaven only knew what had already transpired between them. Reasoning with his mother was out of the question, because as far as she was concerned, her place was at Labisi’s side. It would be her first grandchild and she intended to see the whole process through. Continue reading “Room 003- Part 2”