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    jummybabejummybabe
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    I know they will end up together

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    Its a matter of time Abena, and you will be among the people in his life

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    Am following bumber to bumber

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    I hope at d end both of u are meet to b

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    episode 27
    Abena lay down on the large couch
    immediately they got home, and sighed
    contentedly.
    He noticed the look on relief on her face
    and felt guilty again.
    “Abena sorry about leaving you again, It
    wasn’t-”
    “You know for someone who doesn’t
    apologize much, you seem to be doing it a
    lot.” She joked.
    “Who told you I don’t apologize much?” He
    asked smiling.
    “The first time you apologized to me, you
    looked like it was hard for you. Like
    someone was holding a gun to your head or
    something.” She laughed.
    “Observant. Well ever since I met you, I’ve
    been doing things I never thought I would
    do.” He flashed her a smile and she tried to
    ignore the butterflies playing around in her
    stomach.
    “Whatever. Just cook indomie and chicken
    for me.” She said and looked away before
    she said something she would regret.
    Something like how sexy he was no matter
    what he was doing.
    That was unfair.
    She then remembered that he was expecting
    a girl the next day.
    “How about Tami?” She asked, trying to
    sound casual.
    He turned around and looked at her in
    surprise before speaking. “I sent her a text, I
    cancelled.”

    Tobi got into the house at a few minutes
    after three. He had spent the day with
    Joseph at the hospital, standing in for Dera
    when she had to go and bring his kids from
    his mothers place.
    Abena was laying on the couch, lazily eating
    crackers and bananas. She sat up when she
    heard him walk in.
    “Hey. How’s Joseph?” She asked
    “He’s… Joseph. He doesn’t act like anything
    is wrong.” Tobi said with a smile.
    “Sounds like him.” She commented.
    “I got you some roasted corn.” He said
    handing her a bag.
    “No thank you, I don’t eat corn.” She replied,
    shaking her head.
    “Oh. Well, more for me.” He said bringing a
    cob out.
    She shook her head vehemently, and
    swallowed.
    “Are you okay?” He asked.
    “Yes. It’s the smell, it’s-”
    She couldn’t finish, because she ended up
    puking over his imported rug.

    “Abena. It’s no big deal.” Tobi said knocking
    on her door again.
    She had ran to her room after the mess she
    made, and after calling someone to get rid
    of the rug, he wanted to know if she was
    alright.
    “Are you sure? It looked really expensive.”
    He heard her say. Her voice cracked and it
    was obvious that she was crying.
    “It’s no big deal. Trust me. It was just like
    ten million naira. I’ll just buy another one.”
    He shrugged although she couldn’t see him.
    He heard her cry again.
    “Abena? Are you okay?” He asked while
    trying to open the door.
    “You let me puke on a rug that expensive?
    It’s not even supposed to be put on the
    floor for us to walk over it. It’s supposed to
    be hung up like a precious painting.” She
    shouted.
    “Abena, calm down. How about you come
    out, I’ll get you some caramel popcorn, then
    we watch a movie?” He said softly.
    He heard the door click and open. She
    looked at him expectantly, her brown eyes
    glassy from crying.

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    episode 28
    “Caramel popcorn?” She asked like a child.
    “Caramel popcorn.”

    “You don’t know where your cinema room
    is?” She asked with disbelief.
    After getting the popcorn, they were about
    to watch a movie when Tobi realised that he
    didn’t know where the cinema room was in
    the house.
    “It’s your house!” She exclaimed.
    “I didn’t build it.” He replied with a shrug. “I
    only use my bedroom, study, kitchen and
    sitting room.”
    “You’re a very boring person.”
    “You don’t look at me like I’m boring
    Abena.” He leaned in and whispered. “You
    look at me like there’s something
    exceptionally special about me.”
    Her breath hitched and she had no idea
    what to do.
    “Stop saying rubbish and just take me to the
    cinema room.” She said, as though she was
    unaffected by the sudden closeness.
    “Yes ma’am.” He said teasingly and started
    walking.
    “We already checked there.” She laughed
    and he turned around.

    After a while, they found the cinema room.
    They decided on Ghostbusters and sat down
    together, while Abena hugged her bags of
    popcorn.
    Halfway into the movie, she slept off.
    Gently, Tobi carried her, bridal style, and
    took her to her room.
    He placed her gently on the bed and just
    stared at her, a genuine smile on his lips.
    “I have no idea why I can’t get you out of
    my mind Abena. You’re not even my type.
    So what in the world are you doing to me?”
    He placed a kiss on her forehead and left,
    closing the door. At the sound of the door
    closing, Abena’s eyes fluttered open.
    He had forgotten that she was a light
    sleeper.

    Abena sat down to eat breakfast, while Tobi
    made himself a smoothie.
    Her phone rang and she answered the call,
    after peering at the caller ID with
    recognition.
    “Hello.”
    “Yes, this is Abena.”
    “Okay. I would be right there.”
    “Thank you.”
    Tobi looked at her phone after she hung up.
    “Whats that?”
    “My phone.” She replied with a quizzical
    look.
    “Or what’s left of it.” He added referring to
    her beat up phone.
    “Tobi. I don’t have time for this.” She said
    wearily as she placed her plates in the sink.
    “Okay, you’re going out?” He asked.
    “Yes.”
    “One second.” He said before running up the
    stairs. He returned with a box.
    “You’re giving me an iPhone 6. And you
    think I’ll collect it from you?” She smiled.
    “Please?”
    “It’s not in the contract.” She simply stated
    averting her eyes from his handsome face.
    “See it as a gift. From me to a friend.” He
    added.
    “If you say so.” She said hiding her
    excitement. “I’ll think about it.” She added
    and left the house with a smile on her face.
    The smile disappeared when she
    remembered where she was going. It was
    her turn to go to the hospital, to see the
    one she was afraid to lose.

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    episode 29

    “Caramel popcorn?” She asked like a child.
    “Caramel popcorn.”

    “You don’t know where your cinema room
    is?” She asked with disbelief.
    After getting the popcorn, they were about
    to watch a movie when Tobi realised that he
    didn’t know where the cinema room was in
    the house.
    “It’s your house!” She exclaimed.
    “I didn’t build it.” He replied with a shrug. “I
    only use my bedroom, study, kitchen and
    sitting room.”
    “You’re a very boring person.”
    “You don’t look at me like I’m boring
    Abena.” He leaned in and whispered. “You
    look at me like there’s something
    exceptionally special about me.”
    Her breath hitched and she had no idea
    what to do.
    “Stop saying rubbish and just take me to the
    cinema room.” She said, as though she was
    unaffected by the sudden closeness.
    “Yes ma’am.” He said teasingly and started
    walking.
    “We already checked there.” She laughed
    and he turned around.

    After a while, they found the cinema room.
    They decided on Ghostbusters and sat down
    together, while Abena hugged her bags of
    popcorn.
    Halfway into the movie, she slept off.
    Gently, Tobi carried her, bridal style, and
    took her to her room.
    He placed her gently on the bed and just
    stared at her, a genuine smile on his lips.
    “I have no idea why I can’t get you out of
    my mind Abena. You’re not even my type.
    So what in the world are you doing to me?”
    He placed a kiss on her forehead and left,
    closing the door. At the sound of the door
    closing, Abena’s eyes fluttered open.
    He had forgotten that she was a light
    sleeper.

    Abena sat down to eat breakfast, while Tobi
    made himself a smoothie.
    Her phone rang and she answered the call,
    after peering at the caller ID with
    recognition.
    “Hello.”
    “Yes, this is Abena.”
    “Okay. I would be right there.”
    “Thank you.”
    Tobi looked at her phone after she hung up.
    “Whats that?”
    “My phone.” She replied with a quizzical
    look.
    “Or what’s left of it.” He added referring to
    her beat up phone.
    “Tobi. I don’t have time for this.” She said
    wearily as she placed her plates in the sink.
    “Okay, you’re going out?” He asked.
    “Yes.”
    “One second.” He said before running up the
    stairs. He returned with a box.
    “You’re giving me an iPhone 6. And you
    think I’ll collect it from you?” She smiled.
    “Please?”
    “It’s not in the contract.” She simply stated
    averting her eyes from his handsome face.
    “See it as a gift. From me to a friend.” He
    added.
    “If you say so.” She said hiding her
    excitement. “I’ll think about it.” She added
    and left the house with a smile on her face.
    The smile disappeared when she
    remembered where she was going. It was
    her turn to go to the hospital, to see the
    one she was afraid to lose.

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    episode. 29

    Tobi watched Abena as she stepped out of
    the house. He knew something was
    bothering her, and it had to do with the
    phone call she had just received. She
    always left the house, every Wednesday,
    although today was Saturday, and she never
    said where she went.
    He touched his temple, contemplating on
    whether to snoop around or not. He decided
    to.
    He dialled a number on his phone and
    waited for the other person to pick up.
    “Hello?”
    “Good day to you too, Mr. Ali.”
    “No, I’m not conducting any business
    transactions. I need you to do something
    important for me.”
    “The account that I instructed you to pay
    ten million naira to, every time I give you a
    call, I would like to know how much is in
    that account. Send the bank account
    statement to my mail.”
    “I’m very sure that if you don’t have a job,
    you won’t be worried about business ethics
    and constumers confidentiality.”
    “Thank you.”
    He stared at his phone and waited for the
    mail to come in. After a few seconds, he
    received it.
    Miss. Abena Omotosho.
    Main balance: N 0.00 k
    How can she have no money in her account?
    She was supposed to have, at most, twenty
    million.
    He read the two lines over and over again in
    shock.
    Where was all the money going to?

    Abena walked into the hospital with a flood
    of memories hitting her.
    She hated hospitals.
    She hated the memories that came with
    them. All her memories were here, in the
    hospital.
    She had once heard a joke that when
    doctors prayed to make a lot of money, they
    were praying for people to get sick.
    But there was a little consolation, she
    wasn’t going because something bad
    happened, she was going there because,
    finally, something good was happening.
    Something small, but good anyway.
    She took a deep breath and walked to the
    reception and smiled at Feyi, the nurse she
    had seen a lot in all her years of coming to
    the hospital.
    “Good morning Miss. Omotosho!” She smiled
    brightly at her. All the nurses in the hospital
    knew her, and she hated that.
    When she was young, she said wanted to be
    well known, but when she said that, she
    didn’t mean in the hospital.
    “Good morning Feyi.” She gave her a
    strained smile.
    “You’re here to see Doctor Karo, aren’t you?”
    She asked sweetly.
    “Yes.”
    “He’s been waiting for you. Go right in.” She
    said.
    She didn’t need to describe the doctors
    office for Abena, she had been there a
    million times.
    She knocked gently and walked into the
    office, smiling at the doctor.
    “Miss. Omotosho, good to see you again.”
    Dr. Karo said looking up at him.
    “Doctor, good morning. How is he?” Abena
    asked as she sat down.
    “Ready for transport, you can see him before
    we leave.” He replied.

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