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    (Village in confusion)
    Season 1
    Mr. Kelechi
    Mr. Adaka
    Igwe Izumba
    Ubiji, etc..
    Dike, popularly known as ‘The grammarian’ being
    a lecturer on English Language found himself in
    Umuye village. He uses grammar to put the
    village in confusion.. Chioma, his daughter, had
    no scenario of her love with Ubiji due to the kind
    of person her father is..
    This story is totally a fictional and mind blowing story written by Bright Daniel. Therefore say no to any person or group of persons that will claim to be the writer of this very story.

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    (Village In Confusion)
    Season 1
    Episode 1
    :Written by BRIGHT DANIEL
    Mr Kelechi had a befitting bungalow with three
    bedrooms. Though it had the outfit of a local
    building but due to it’s fashionable roof and
    colour of paint, it appears modernized. Inside the
    house, in the sitting room, are pictures and
    calenders on the wall. One of the calenders also
    had an image of a newly ordained reverend
    father of a Catholic church. A small television
    could also be seen on a large room-divider and
    at the centre of the room is a table with three
    chiars surrounding it. Suddenly, Mr. Kelechi
    came out from his room trying to put on his red
    cap with a staff enclosed in his armpit. He had a
    dark complexion and looking young regardless
    the fact that he was in his late fifties. He also
    had an average height with a weak civilian
    typology. As he got ready to go out, Ngozi, his
    daughter barged in and breathing hastily to the
    extent she nearly pushed her father down.
    “What’s chasing you?” the father asked
    “Papa, sir Dike..” Ngozi held her breath.
    “You mean Dike the grammarian?”
    “Yes, papa, but he’s not the one chasing me.
    “Who then is cause of this panicky feeling in this
    hazy afternoon?”
    “His grammar couldn’t let me stay, so i had to
    run inside the house” Ngozi replied and felt a bit
    silly and ashamed then the father disdained her
    and said, “So a common grammar made you
    barge into my house hastily..” before he finished
    his sentence, a knock came from the door and
    Dike entered. He had an old-school dressing
    withe a voluminous book in his hand. He also had
    some white beards on his jaw. Immediately Mr.
    Kelechi saw him, he smiled and hailed him, “Dike
    the grammarian!”
    “Hold it!” Dike began by taken a step forward.
    “Before any satirical statement, your daughter,
    Ngozi, must face a cogent grilling for activating
    her locomotive organs when i wanted her to
    comprehend my words voraciously”
    “Hey! Dike, take it easy. Mind the way you use
    your big big words. Obviously, that’s what chased
    my daughter away from you” Mr. Kelechi
    lamented but Dike provoked the more and kept
    his book on the centre table making Ngozi to
    step backward in fear knowing very well that the
    grammar gonna increase. Therefore Dike put his
    two hands in his pockets and said looking at Mr.
    Kelechi, “You juveniles indulge in the fatalism of
    not comprehending my vocabulary when I’m not
    yet a sanguine lexicographer. I wonder how
    opacity my words are that your daughter, even
    with her groovy and voluptuous body cannot
    adopt simple edification over fictitious and
    malicious narcissism”
    “Hey! This man has finished me oh” Ngozi
    shouted with her two hands on her head.
    Mr. Kelechi cleared his throat. “Dike, you really
    went to school and studied very hard” he said.
    “I’m happy that you can substantiate fastidiously
    on that” Dike picked his book.
    “Yes, meanwhile, before you came in, i was on
    my way to the palace for the deliberation of the
    tragedy that is befalling our village”
    “Yes, that reminds me about those prosaic pip-
    squeak who quaff in order to cause holocaust
    and onslaught in this very arboretum called
    village with paragons as citizens. They have no
    scenario of…”
    “Dike..” Mr. Kelechi interrupted him. “Don’t worry,
    when we get to the palace, you’ll finish up your
    grammar. As it stands now, we are already late”
    he glanced at the wall clock.
    “Alright then, let’s activate our locomotive
    organs” Dike concluded and walked out followed
    by Mr. Kelechi.
    At the palace, there was a long table at the
    center with elders sitting opposite one another.
    They had red caps on their heads. Only Dike
    looked odd. The palace was the only building in
    Umuye village which had a better look exept
    other houses owned by business men who were
    living in the city but come back occasionally.
    Igwe Izumba, the king, came in the midst of the
    elders unhappy and sat on his throne after the
    elders stood up and greeted him simultaneously
    except Dike……

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    too much

    Merit Johnson
    Merit Johnson
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    Chinses!!! This Grammer is already weaking me oo

    Christian Mamah
    Christian Mamah
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    The story was already be post here befor. So gives us another one

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