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Here is Part 6 of the With Love From Asaba series. Part 7 will be up tomorrow. Thanks for following!
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As they drove, there was a beep from Richard’s phone, which was in his breast pocket and he made as if to retrieve it.
“What do you think you’re doing?” Nene asked, a tinge of fear in her voice. “Don’t tell me you’re going to check your phone while you’re driving?”
“You’ve predicted my future by asking a question. O Great One, if you already knew, then why did you still ask?” Richard asked in a playful voice. Nene was not smiling.
“To knock some sense into your head, obviously.”
“Are you saying I’m senseless?” Read More
In case you missed the preceding four parts, you can read them here:
Part 5 continues below. As always, thanks for reading and following. 🙂
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The following day, Nene woke up still full of hope. The day was pregnant with the promise of great things, and she basked in it. She savored that warm, delightful feeling, which envelopes a person rising from sweet sleep, that sweet nothingness that entices the waker to slip back under the covers and continue dreaming. But a noise reached her ears, forcing her to abandon any desire to go back to sleep. It was the same noise that had woken her up.
“Papa, please … please … I’m sorry. I won’t do it again,” a voice pleaded. Read More
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Today, we’ll continue following Nene Alozie as she settles down to her new life in Asaba. If you missed the first three parts, you can read them here:
And now for Part 4. Thanks for reading and following this series!
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“Na so e dey start,” she muttered to herself. “From ‘Hello’ to ‘I no do again.’ That’s how the story ends.”
She promptly emptied the dustbin and was about to enter the house when she heard a man’s voice yelling “Hello.” It was the same guy. He had decided to vocalize his greeting this time, but Nene’s reaction was the same. She simply ignored him and went inside. Read More
I saw this in a department store and chuckled to myself. I thought “TGIF” meant “Thank God It’s Friday,” but apparently, it can mean more than one thing.
Thank God it’s F-r-i-d-a-y! Le Weekend is here … Whoop Whoop!
But before I bounce off, let me share Part 3 of With Love From Asaba with you.
Have a great weekend!
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In less than 40 minutes, the SUV had pulled into an impressive, but modest two-storey house on Okpannam road. Her uncle, Chief Alozie was not at home when they got back, but her cousins, Amaka and Chikodi were.
With just two years between them, they could pass for twins. They looked so alike, but they were very different. Read More
In case you missed the previous episode, you can read it here:
With Love From Asaba: Part 1
And now for Part 2. Enjoy! Read More