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    nice one

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    Thank God am here, loving the story already.
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    @ryder @nazeal @fridex @ladyg @belove pls come o u guys are missing something here o

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    thanks a lot @maths

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    Contract episode 7

    Abena groaned in frustration and dropped
    the newspapers noisily on the centre table
    in her worn out mini flat that she shared
    with her step mother.
    It was almost a week since the outrageous,
    yet tempting, offer by Mr. Ademi, and she
    had applied for every vacancy yet no one
    would employ her.
    The hospital had called her the day before
    and gave her two weeks to meet up with the
    payments or they won’t attend to the
    patient.
    Every job interview she had gone for, the
    women looked down on her and the men
    asked her to sleep with them.
    It won’t be so hard if you just accept his
    offer.
    This wasn’t the first time a thought like that
    erupted in her head.
    40 million naira.
    That was the exact amount she needed to
    pay the hospital. After that, she would be
    free, and she would start over.
    She stared at the vacancies on the
    newspapers.
    Cleaner: 20,000 monthly.
    Marketer: 55,000 monthly.
    Teacher at nursery school: 35,000 monthly.
    Driver: 22,000 monthly.
    Personal assistant: 34,500 monthly.
    It went on like that. It would take forever to
    pay up, and by then, the patient would be
    dead. She needed part of the money in a
    two weeks, or it was over.
    As she picked up another newspaper, a
    piece of paper fell off the table. She picked
    it up, it was his card. Rumpled and all, but
    his phone number was there.
    She had slapped him, true, but maybe he
    wouldn’t mind. She dialled the number and
    decided to swallow her pride.

    “She slapped you?” Joseph burst out
    laughing.
    “It’s not as funny as it sounds jare, you
    don’t have to laugh.” Tobi snapped but
    Joseph kept on laughing.
    It was a saturday, and they were at the
    Quillox club playing a game of foosball in a
    private room.
    “I love that girl! I told you shay. I told you it
    won’t work. But you, acting all high and
    mighty, saying that no girl would reject that
    kind of offer. Next time, listen to your
    lawyer.” Joseph chuckled, ignoring the
    deadly glares being sent his way.
    “She’ll call back.” Tobi said confidently.
    “You’ll see. And if she doesn’t, I’m sure that
    there are other feisty, confident and
    beautiful women ready to do it.” Tobi
    shrugged.
    “That’s why you picked her?” Joseph raised
    an eyebrow with a small smile tugging at his
    lips.
    “Yes. I told you, I want a girl. And I want my
    daughter to be like her, with a lot more
    class of course.” Tobi explained.
    “You’re such a snob.” Joseph rolled his
    eyes. Tobi opened his mouth to reply but
    closed it when he heard his phone ringing.
    He looked at the caller ID suspiciously
    before accepting it. “Hello… Yes, this is Mr.
    Ademi. Who’s on the line?” He asked in in
    business like tone.
    “Abena Omotosho. I’m sorry, the name
    doesn’t ring a bell.” He said rudely before
    looking at Joseph and flashing him a
    confident grin.
    Joseph rolled his eyes but he still had a look
    of surprise. “Oh, I remember you now.” Tobi
    smirked.
    “Oh, you would like to accept my offer? Well
    that’s good to hear. Although I have a few
    people who are also lining up for the job, I’ll
    give it to you since you were my first
    choice.” He lied smoothly.

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    Contract episode 8

    “Well, meet me at the Oriental Hotel,
    presidential suite. My lawyer would meet us
    there.” He said.
    “Yes the money is still the same.”
    “No, I’m not going to sleep with you. I said
    that already.”
    “My doctor would check you first, in the
    morning.”
    “Alright. See you there.”
    He looked at Joseph with a huge grin
    plastered across his handsome face. “What
    did I tell you, ehn?”
    “You’re not normal.” Joseph shook his head.
    “Whatever. Did you prepare the contract”
    Tobi asked hopefully. “Yes, sadly.” Joseph
    huffed.
    “Don’t be such a spoil sport. It’s a perfect
    plan. And everyone goes home happy. I get
    a little girl, my mother gets a grandchild and
    finally leaves me alone, and pretty Abena
    gets her money. Everybody wins!” He said
    triumphantly.
    “Okay okay, whatever. But you’re going to
    enter wahala. You’ll probably fall in love
    with the girl or something.” Joseph joked.
    “Haha. Very funny.” Tobi retorted with a
    straight face.
    “Just come to the hotel on Monday and
    stop saying rubbish.” Tobi instructed.
    “Whatever.” Joseph said dismissing the
    subject with his hand.

    “Wow. This place is… do you come here
    often?” Abena asked as she walked into the
    suite. She couldn’t mask the surprise on her
    face, but Tobi looked bored. It was obvious
    he was used to it.
    “Only when I have important meetings in the
    area.” He said in a monotone voice.
    “So this is important?” She asked still taking
    in her surroundings. “Yes it is. Now stop
    staring and come in.” He ordered sharply.
    “Calm down. Nawa oh.” She frowned and
    walked past him.
    Joseph was sitting on one of the couches in
    the suite, and two other couches were
    there, diagonally positioned from it on both
    sides. There was a chandelier in the middle
    of the room and a flat screen tv opposite
    the three-seater couch were Joseph sat. A
    dining table was seen, a little distance from
    the couches, and she could spot a mini bar
    in a corner.
    “Can I have something to drink?” She asked
    nervously. “Of course. Just no alcohol.
    You’re going to be carrying my baby.” He
    said dryly.
    After having a glass of orange juice, they
    sat at the dining table, Tobi and Joseph on
    one side, while Abena shifted uncomfortably
    at the other side.
    “So, my doctor has checked you out. He
    says you’re good-”
    “I don’t see why that was necessary. What
    did you think? That I was malnourished? I
    have HIV? Or that I’m barren?” She
    interrupted him bitterly, already fed up with
    his rude attitude.
    “Let’s just get this over with. Joseph is my
    lawyer. He’ll go over the details of the
    contract for you.” Tobi stated ignoring her
    outburst.
    “Why? Because you think I can’t read?”
    Abena narrowed her eyes at him.
    “Well you’re not exactly fully educated, but
    it’s because you don’t have a lawyer
    present.” Tobi retorted loosing his patience
    quickly.
    “Whatever. Joseph, please go on.” She
    turned to Joseph who tried his best to look
    as professional as possible. He wasn’t okay
    with the plan, and he felt bad for the pretty
    girl who sat across him.
    Joseph cleared his throat before looking at
    her. “Okay, it’s simple. You’ll be paid 40
    million naira to have Mr. Ademi’s baby.
    You’ll be paid 10 million once you conceive,
    10 million in your third month, 10 million in
    your sixth month and the final 10 million
    when you put to bed. Apart from the 40
    million naira, you’re not entitled to any
    allowances, your hospital bills are already
    paid for-“

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