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    Damnit

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    So what’s next now just hope they don’t escape

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    Ireoluwa EmmanuelIreoluwa Emmanuel
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    oh my God,,,, I hope tobi gets dia on time oooo

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    episode 45
    “Check every inch of this place! They
    wouldn’t have left by now!” He ordered and
    all the hefty men stormed into the almost
    deserted building, slamming doors and
    shouting.
    Tobi noticed a bus at the back of the
    building, and gestured quietly for two men to
    follow him. He held a pistol in his hand,
    although he had never held one before, talk
    less of shooting at someone, but at that
    moment, he knew exactly what he was
    doing.
    He crept to the back of the building, going
    slowly to the bus. His eyes widened when
    he saw Abena, but before he could do
    anything, the bus started to move.
    A sudden burst of adrenaline came through
    his veins and he chased the bus, as fast as
    he could, screaming in frustration because
    he wasn’t fast enough. He stopped,
    sweating profusely, and bent down, hands on
    his knees.
    The men behind him started to shoot at the
    bus. “What are you idiots doing?” He roared
    at them, running back and grabbing one by
    his collar.
    “She’s inside the bus you bloody idiot! Are
    you trying to bring her back to me dead?”
    He shouted and pushed the man forcefully,
    causing the man to stumble back in fear.
    “Search that building! There has to be a
    clue, just one clue. Get me something, all of
    you, now!”
    They all scurried away into the building,
    while Tobi walked back to his car. He
    opened the door and sat beside Joseph, who
    looked very uncomfortable with his cast in
    the car.
    “I lost her. I saw her, but they were already
    moving and…”
    “Well there has to be something in that
    building that would tell us where they’re
    going. Stop seating here sad, when you can
    be inside there, tearing that place apart. I
    know it’s not easy, you’re running out of
    your mind right now. But you’re going to
    have to be in your right mind, or you won’t
    find her. Think like Tobi Ademi.”
    Tobi nodded, knowing his friend was right.
    He reached for his friends chair and reclined
    the seat. “Thanks man.” Joseph smiled.
    “Now go get something tangible and stop
    being such a p---y.”
    Tobi charged back to the building with
    determination.
    “Well, anything?” He barked at the men who
    were tearing the place apart. They shuffled
    through papers, documents and hacked into
    the computers.
    “Sir. We found this man hiding at the back
    of the building.”
    They dragged a wiry looking man towards
    Tobi. His eyes were wide with fear, and he
    already had a busted lip. There was a tag
    on his shirt that read, ‘Manager’.
    Tobi gave a sinister smirk. There was not a
    merciful bone in him anymore. He gestured
    for them to strap him into a seat, while he
    twirled his pistol on his finger.
    He was ready to do whatever it would take.
    “Why don’t you take a seat while you and I
    have a chat about where you took my girl
    to?”

    Abena sobbed quietly at the back of the
    bus, while trying to remove the chain that
    gripped tightly to her ankle.
    She had untangled it, and all that was left to
    do, was to unhook it from her ankle. She
    was bending down, much to her discomfort,
    tugging at the chain gently, to prevent
    anyone from hearing her. She was starving,
    and it was eating her up inside. It made her
    even angrier.
    A hungry pregnant woman was not to be
    messed with.
    They had been driving for hours, and finally
    pulled up into a filling station. No one looked
    at them suspiciously, the brand of the
    modelling house was on the bus, and most
    of the women were sleeping.

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    episode 46
    One man came out of the bus and walked
    into the supermarket. The other one,
    Ahmed, was buying fuel into the bus, and
    into another keg, probably as a reserve.
    The door to the bus wasn’t locked, and she
    had finally removed the chain. Her ankle
    was throbbing, her body ached, and her
    bladder was full. But she didn’t bother about
    all of that.
    She crawled quietly in the middle of the
    seats, thankful for her small stature, and
    made her way to the door of the bus.
    She felt a hand grab her and another woman
    looked at her with pleading eyes.
    “They’ll catch you.” She whispered.
    “Then at least I tried.” Abena said and
    removed her hand from the woman’s grip.
    She had gone this far, nothing was stopping
    her.
    She got to the door of the bus, and dragged
    it open quietly. The driver had earphones in,
    and was still buying fuel while nodding his
    head to the music, and the other man was
    nowhere to be found.
    She crept out of the bus, resisting the urge
    to stretch. She would do that later. She
    looked around, and decided to hide in the
    toilet until they left. Then she would find her
    way home.
    Her mind drifted to Tobi as she walked as
    swiftly as she could with all the pain in her
    limbs.
    The expression on his face while he chased
    the bus.
    The fear was obvious, written in his eyes.
    He was afraid of losing his baby.
    She understood.
    And she didn’t want to lose her baby to a
    bunch of greedy criminals either.
    She walked into the supermarket, noticing
    the man that followed them. He was
    packing a lot of snacks; probably for the
    women in the bus.
    She walked in the middle of some shelves,
    bending down so he wouldn’t see her, and
    made her way to the toilet.
    As she got to the door of the female toilet,
    she let out a breath of relief and started to
    open the door. Then she felt a presence
    behind her. Before she could react, she felt
    a cold metal on her back.
    A gun.
    “Did you really think you’ll escape? Ehn? You
    ehn, you’ve entered wahala. Now you’ll walk
    out with me, with a broad smile on your
    face. One wrong move, and you and that
    unfortunate child of yours would never see
    light again. Oya be going.”

    Tobi drove into the filling station just in
    time. After asking the manager, who was
    now sitting in a filthy prison cell with a
    broken leg and more than enough bruises,
    he headed to the filling station he talked
    about.
    Traffic was good, and in an hour, he was
    already there. As he pulled up into the filling
    station, he saw the bus parked in a corner.
    But the next thing he saw made his blood
    boil.
    Abena walked out with a greasy looking
    man, with a strained smile on her face.
    He was very sure that there was a gun
    pressed to her back. He walked out of the
    car, as calm as he could, and walked
    towards the car behind him.
    “Police guys. Do your thing.” He simply said
    and in a flash, they were running out of the
    car, pointing their guns and shouting for
    everyone to get down.
    The man visibly stiffened behind Abena.
    Tobi walked up to the man, gun in his hand.
    “Are you okay?” He asked Abena softly. His
    eyes softened for that second. She nodded,
    her face flooded with relief, although she
    was still afraid.
    “Let her go.” Tobi snarled at the man.
    Instead, he pointed a gun at Abena’s head,
    which made her whimper in fear.
    “Don’t even try it.” Tobi growled.
    “Let me leave, then you get your wife.” The
    man replied, although his voice was shaky.
    “Wrong move bro.” Francis said from behind
    him, a gun pointed to his head.
    “Let the girl go, now.” Tobi barked and the
    man released Abena immediately. “Throw
    your gun on the floor and kick it away from
    you.”
    The man complied and Tobi reached for
    Abena, pulling her into a tight hug.
    “I thought I lost you.” He whispered.
    Butterflies swarmed her stomach, but she
    knew he was talking to the baby, and not
    her.
    “Tobi. You’re killing the baby.” She scolded
    playfully. He loosened his grip but still had
    his arms wrapped around her. She relaxed
    in his arms.
    When next would she have the chance to be
    in them again?
    “I’m so glad you’re okay. God! I was so
    scared.” He whispered into her hair.
    “They were going to… my baby, Tobi.” She
    sobbed quietly.
    “Its okay love. I’m here now.”
    Her heart flipped at the word ‘love’. She
    pushed the thoughts out of her mind. She
    nodded and let him lead her towards the
    car. Police men had swarmed the place
    already, and the pregnant women were
    taken into ambulances.
    “We have to stop at the hospital first, to
    make sure you’re okay.” He said and she
    just nodded in reply.
    “I had no idea you could handle a gun.” She
    teased.
    “I’ve watched enough American movies to
    know how to be an agent.” She laughed and
    he opened the car, helping her into the
    backseat.
    “Besides, I’m Tobi Ademi. There’s nothing I
    can’t do.”
    She rolled her eyes and averted her gaze,
    looking out of the window.
    She was falling fast, and for a second there,
    she had a feeling he was falling too.
    But the contract still lay in between them,
    and there was no way Tobi Ademi would fall
    for a girl like her.

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    episode 47
    “You do realise that I’m perfectly capable of
    walking by myself, right?”
    Tobi had insisted on carrying Abena bridal
    style when they got back from the hospital,
    and although she liked the closeness, very
    much, she was obviously not going to show
    it.
    They had gone to the hospital first, to drop
    Joseph, much to the displeasure of the
    doctor.
    Apparently, he was a handful.
    Then, after Abena had her check up, they
    came home.
    “Abena, you know the doctor said that your
    body would be sore. So be a good girl and
    shut up so I can set you up in the
    bathroom.” He easily manoeuvre through the
    door, up the stairs and into her room.
    He dropped her gently on the bed, and went
    into her bathroom. She heard water rushing
    and after a while, he came out.
    “So, I’ve set the bathtub for you. It should
    relax your muscles. What would you like to
    eat?” He asked, wiping his wet hands with a
    towel.
    “You are acting so nice, it’s weird.” She
    pointed out.
    “I’m always nice, you just didn’t know. Now
    answer before I change my mind.”
    She rolled her eyes and smiled. Well, it
    would be good to make good use of the
    situation.
    “Fried rice please. Chicken included, and
    bananas too.”
    “Okay then. Get into the bathtub before it
    gets cold, or would you need help in there
    too?” He wiggled his eyebrows at her and
    she started laughing.
    “No, thank you. I think I can manage.”
    “Suit yourself.” He shrugged with a smile.
    “Shout if you need anything.”
    After he left, Abena peeled off her clothes
    slowly. She remembered that they forgot to
    get her phone back from the kidnappers.
    Her gaze wandered to the iPhone that Tobi
    gave her. She shrugged to herself; nothing
    wrong with accepting his gift. At least, now,
    she would be able to video call with Demi.
    Demi.
    She missed that boy so much, it hurt. But
    she knew they had to be apart. He had to
    get better. She knew he was going to get
    better, that was why she was pregnant for a
    price.
    And now, she was getting more than she
    bargained for.

    “Tobi, what time is the interior decorator
    coming tomorrow?” Abena asked as she
    walked down the stairs, wearing her old
    sweatpants and the shirt Tobi let her wear
    the day they went shopping.
    “I buy you a whole closet, yet you still wear
    my shirt?” Tobi raised his eyebrow and gave
    an amused smile.
    “It’s comfortable. Don’t ask questions if you
    find out that your shirts are missing.” She
    shrugged and sat down on the stool, resting
    on the kitchen island.
    Tobi was flawlessly chopping the vegetables
    and she could see that the rice was already
    cooking. He was wearing an apron, and she
    realised that the situation seemed domestic
    again.
    “The interior decorator would not be coming
    tomorrow. I moved your appointment to next
    week.” He said, while getting the frying pan
    from a cupboard.
    “Why?”
    “Because, you’ve had a rough day, so I
    decided to stay home for this week to take
    care of you.” Her skin warmed up at his
    words. “You need to rest na, and we have
    plans tomorrow.”
    “Plans? What kind of plans?” She said, while
    taking a carrot from the bowl. He slapped
    her hand playfully and removed the bowl,
    placing it far away from her.

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    episode 48
    “That’s for later.” He said, referring to the
    carrots. “And we have lunch at Joseph’s
    place tomorrow, you’ve been specially
    invited by Dera. He is leaving the hospital
    tomorrow morning, and we are coming to
    celebrate his ‘freedom’, from the apparently
    evil doctor.” She burst into laughter.
    “Joseph is a handful.” She smiled.
    “And after that, I’m taking you out.”
    “Where?” She asked curiously.
    “The Quillox club.” He shrugged.
    “The Quillox club? You need to be worth at
    least millions of naira before you can even
    enter the parking lot!” She pointed out.
    He just smiled at her, then mixed the
    chopped vegetables together. He poured it
    into the frying oil and it made a sizzling
    sound.
    “Babe, I own the Quillox club.”
    She just rolled her eyes, not looking
    surprised at all.
    “I’m not even surprised any more jare.
    Before I know it now, you’ll tell me that you
    own half of the Nigerian Government.” She
    said sarcastically.
    “I don’t own half of the Nigerian
    Government Abena. Maybe just about one
    eighth of it.” He shrugged.
    “Well, you are the third richest man in
    Nigeria.” She pointed out playfully.
    “Almost the second. I would be in a month.”
    He said, pouring the vegetables into the
    rice, then stirring it.
    “It smells so good.” She complimented.
    He smirked at her. “Of course yes, it does.
    It was made by me.”

    They pulled up into the parking lot of
    Joseph’s modest duplex, and noticed the
    kids coming out of the house excitedly.
    “Okay. They have three kids, the oldest is
    James, he’s eight, then Jesse is five, and
    the youngest is Juliana. She’s two. His kids
    hate me by the way.” He said nonchalantly
    and stepped out of the car.
    “Why?” She asked, a smile tugging at her
    lips. She brought out the cake she had
    baked from the car, and balanced it expertly
    on one hand.
    “They’re annoying.” He grumbled and she
    rolled her eyes.
    The kids ran out at the sight of them,
    screaming excitedly. The two boys got to
    them first, while Juliana, the toddler,
    squealed excitedly while running as fast as
    her little legs could take her.
    “Uncle Tobi!” They screamed, hugging him.
    “I though you said they hate you?” Abena
    lifted an eyebrow.
    “They do. But I always give them money
    when I come, so when I come, they take my
    money and then go back to hating me.” He
    replied.
    She just laughed and looked down on the
    children, who paid her no attention. Their
    attention was on the wallet that Tobi had
    fished out of his pocket.
    “Okay. So James is the oldest. He gets two
    thousand.” He said, bringing the notes out
    of his wallet. James snatched it quickly, as
    though he was afraid that Tobi would
    change his mind.
    “Jesse gets one-five.” He said giving the
    notes to the second child. He took it from
    him shyly and muttered a thank you before
    following his brother inside the house.
    “Oh! Juliana!” The toddler looked up at him
    expectantly. “You get one thousand.”
    She stared at the note inquisitively before
    taking it from him and running back to her
    house.
    “I actually thought you would give them like
    ten thousand each.” Abena joked.
    “Joseph gave me a two thousand naira limit.
    I don’t even know why they expect money
    anyway. They give it to their mom
    immediately, and Joseph is almost as rich
    as I am.” He said as they walked up to the
    house.

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    thank God Abena is safe. Funny Tobi, Love in d air.
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