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    Nice start…… Move on

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    What is her problem anyway

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    Indigo season 1

    Indigo season 1
    Episode 3
    Chalya didn’t like the arrogant tone with which her brother addressed their father, ‘That’s enough now Phillip, I am sure father knows what’s best for him.’ She was wary of their constant fights and arguments.
    ‘I like your brother’s idea…let him finish.’ The older man poured himself a glass of water.

    ‘The lawyer I hired is an old friend, Moremi Martins, She is an estate lawyer and she knows a great deal of what I am about to do. I will also need the services of Uncle Usman…’ Phillip was about to say more when his father interrupted him from completing his sentence.

    ‘You cannot work with Usman, I do not like him.’ Alex hated that his son would have anything to do with his younger brother.
    ‘But father, he is your brother…he is family and if anyone is to be given this great responsibility, it should be someone close, someone that understands the vision.’ Phillip carefully explained.
    But the old man wouldn’t have none of it, ‘I don’t care about Usman, find someone else. I offered him contact worth several millions and he carted away with the money, what makes you think that he is a changed person now?’
    Phillip was well aware of this family history, but he didn’t care. Uncle Usman had sufficient knowledge about buildings and their architectural designs, and that knowledge was what he was after, it would prove useful in his expedition.
    ‘Father, I understand that you do not like what I am about to do, but I have already told Uncle Usman about this, I cannot pull him out now, it is too late.’ With that, Phillip gulped a generous quantity of juice and rose to his feet, he took his business appointments easily and breakfast had already eaten into that time.

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    Chalya didn’t like the arrogant tone with which her brother addressed their father, ‘That’s enough now Phillip, I am sure father knows what’s best for him.’ She was wary of their constant fights and arguments.
    ‘I like your brother’s idea…let him finish.’ The older man poured himself a glass of water.

    ‘The lawyer I hired is an old friend, Moremi Martins, She is an estate lawyer and she knows a great deal of what I am about to do. I will also need the services of Uncle Usman…’ Phillip was about to say more when his father interrupted him from completing his sentence.

    ‘You cannot work with Usman, I do not like him.’ Alex hated that his son would have anything to do with his younger brother.
    ‘But father, he is your brother…he is family and if anyone is to be given this great responsibility, it should be someone close, someone that understands the vision.’ Phillip carefully explained.
    But the old man wouldn’t have none of it, ‘I don’t care about Usman, find someone else. I offered him contact worth several millions and he carted away with the money, what makes you think that he is a changed person now?’
    Phillip was well aware of this family history, but he didn’t care. Uncle Usman had sufficient knowledge about buildings and their architectural designs, and that knowledge was what he was after, it would prove useful in his expedition.
    ‘Father, I understand that you do not like what I am about to do, but I have already told Uncle Usman about this, I cannot pull him out now, it is too late.’ With that, Phillip gulped a generous quantity of juice and rose to his feet, he took his business appointments easily and breakfast had already eaten into that time.

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    ‘So soon?’ Chalya, who was on Industrial Training at his company and at the same time working temporarily as his Personal assistant rose to her feet and joined him, knowing how much her brother hated to run late.

    ‘Yes, goodbye father, I shall give you feedback on all my meetings today.’ Phillip flashed his father a fake smile, one that didn’t reach his eyes and stormed out without collecting the old man’s response.

    Chalya felt really bad that Phillip would portray this level of arrogance to their father, ‘Dad, I’m sorry we have to leave you …just be good. I’ll learn how to play Handel Messiah properly when I am back.’ She leaned forward and pecked her dad on his cheek.

    ‘Thanks honey, just make sure you always watch your brother’s back.’ The man smiled, he loved the way Chalya was built. She was not as hardened as her brother, who had totally changed after their mother’s death. She was just like him, sympathetic and kind.

    ‘I always will.’ She rinsed her mouth with a glass of water, then rushed out to meet her brother who had already started the car.
    Phillip was annoyed that his father couldn’t utter a word of appreciation for what he was about to do for the dilapidated remains of his company. Instead, he was making a fuss about Uncle Usman’s appointment to work on the renovating team.
    ‘Were you planning to leave me?’ Chalya hopped into the car.
    ‘Maybe.’ He grumbled.

    ‘Okay Phillip stop the car, what’s wrong with you? Stop this car!’ She snapped at him, she had enough of his arrogance.
    He knew he was losing it, he knew what was really eating him up inside but he was not ready to deal with it.
    ‘I hate him, I hate the way he runs things. I am even doing him a favor but he feels he has this entitlement mentality. It’s so annoying.’ He pulled the key out of the ignition and buried his face in his palms.

    Chalya’s eyes clouded with tears, she knew he was talking about their father.
    ‘Why do you hate him so much Phillip? Is there something you’re not telling me?’

    He took a deep breath, then nodded, ‘I was there when our mother was attacked by that man in the forest reserve where we’d gone for a visit, dad was equally there, but the minute he saw that man coming with a gun, he scurried off like a weakling…’ He wished he could shut is mind from presenting the tragedy of his mother’s untimely death.

    Phillip had become embittered that his father could not do anything to save her, instead he had run away leaving his family at the mercy of an assassin who later shot his mother.
    ‘He is weak! And if you continue to follow his footsteps, you’ll end up like him at sixty-five.’

    Tears dripped uncontrollably from Chalya’s eyes, she had never heard this version of the story, ‘Is this why you hate him so much?’ She sobbed.
    ‘I don’t hate him, I just hate that he is weak.’ Phillip replied, then decided he had dwelt enough on the weakness of his father.

    ‘We have to go now, I have a lot of meetings, do you mind running through them again?’ He asked Chalya, this time as his personal assistant.
    She quickly opened the zip of her bag and pulled out a notebook where she recorded all of her brother’s meeting.
    ‘You have ten meetings this week…’ she started.
    ‘Three today with the heads of department of PIE; You have one with the spoke person of the Low Cost neighborhood; one with Moremi; one with Uncle Usman…’
    He raised a hand to stop her, ‘I think the spoke person of the low cost neighborhood is where I should begin…what’s his name again?’ Phillip asked.
    ‘Um, Mai Hassan, are you sure it’s a good idea considering we are about to break bad news to them?’ Chalya was concerned about his safety, but Phillip shrugged it off, ‘It’s only a bad idea to those who cannot afford this. I’ll meet later tomorrow with Barf, the chief supplier of all that we would need for this project, make sure you contact him. It’s not a serious meeting, just for discussion sake.’

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    Indigo season 1

    Episode 4

    Chalya scribbled down some details on her notebook, ‘Um, would you like the venue to be at a very private place or?’ She left her question open so she could get his suggestion.

    Phillip rubbed his chin for some seconds, ‘Coffee shop would be fine, just fix us at any available coffee shop, close to PIE building; then you can fix another date with Moremi on that same day.’

    Chalya scoffed at the mention of Moremi, unknown to her, Phillip had caught her expression.

    ‘Come on Chalya, we only slept together once and we were drunk at a party, that doesn’t count.’ Phillip averted his sister’s accusing gaze, ‘Okay, twice, the second time was a mistake.’ He admitted.

    ‘Uhuh?’ Chalya pinned her round and seducing light brown eyes on him.

    ‘Okay, we slept together four times, she was really good in bed but she wanted something I was not and I am not ready to give.’ He offered her his final confession.

    ‘Talk about mixing business with pleasure.’ She used his own words against him.

    ‘Darling, this is not pleasure, I am not sleeping with Moremi Martin again, would you like to bet?’ Phillip grinned.

    Chalya shook her head immediately, ‘No, because I know you’ll sleep with her again. Whenever she is around, you become her toy.’

    Her response made him reel with laughter, ‘You can’t blame a man when the honeypot is good.’ He winked and started the car.
    By the time she had arrived Bethsaida Hospital, her grandfather’s condition had stabilized, so she was allowed to see him.

    Indigo’s heart was ripped apart as she saw the frail figure on the hospital bed fighting hard to breathe, to live, now her grandfather. She was terrified of a life without him. She had not met her parents, he had raised her alone and had thought her to depend on him.

    ‘Papa!’ she rushed into the room. She didn’t care about the drip on his arm, she cared that he was still alive and could recognize her.

    ‘Papa, I am so sorry.’ She wept on his chest.

    The old man knew she was afraid of losing him, he knew how much his granddaughter loved him. He knew how she was dependent on him. He cursed this strange sickness, he cursed this infirmity.

    ‘Don’t cry Indi, have faith child, I will not die.’ He caressed her corn rowed hair gently.

    Hearing this, Indigo lifted her head up, ‘How can you tell me not to cry Papa? Don’t you know that you mean the whole world to me? You are my sun, my moon and my star. If anything happens to you Papa, I will be plunged into utter darkness.’

    The man beamed with a smile, she looked so beautiful just like her mother was before her untimely death.

    ‘I promise you my angel, I will carry your children before leaving the earth.’ He stretched his hand, while she drew nearer so he could have a touch.

    While they were still conversing about his health, the doctor walked into the room with a file that contained the results from her grandfather’s test.

    ‘Good day Dr. Arongwa,’ Indigo quickly jumped off bed, she was expectant of positive news.

    ‘Welcome Miss Hassan, I would love to have a word privately with you in my office.’ The man said.

    She didn’t like the sound of his voice, she stole one glance at her grandfather, who by the nod of his head encouraged her to go with the doctor.

    ‘I will be back, be good.’ She rushed swiftly and kissed his face.

    Five minutes later, she was already seated in the doctor’s office waiting for him to tell her just what exactly was wrong with her grandfather.

    ‘We ran different tests on your grandfather, and from what we discovered, he is suffering from Emphysema…’ he opened the filed he had carried and pulled out a sheet containing the results and placed it in front of her.

    Her hands felt moist, sweat rippled on her bare skin as she read the contents of the sheet.

    ‘Doctor, please I don’t understand any of this.’ She dropped the paper on the table and pushed it towards him.

    ‘I know this is hard for you Miss Hassan, but you need to be strong for your grandfather. We have already started treatment already, but you must pay some money for it to be continued.’

    ‘I don’t still understand.’ She held her breath, knowing what could come out from his lips could be the worst.

    ‘Emphysema is a long term, progressive disease of the lungs that primarily causes shortness of breath due to over inflation of the air sacs of the lungs which in turn leads to shortness of breath, incessant coughing and wheezing. If not treated, could lead to death…’

    No, this wasn’t happening. Her day had started out fine, but from what she saw, it would be the worst day of her twenty six years on earth.

    First she had lost a job at the Shola residence, now she was about losing her grandfather, but she was not going to let that happen!

    ‘What is the way forward?’ she licked her mouth nervously.

    ‘We have inhalers for the first stage of the infection, which relates to your grandfather’s condition. He would need an albuterol inhaler to help him breathe fine. Concerning, the blood he gushed out earlier, we have already given him some antibiotics and cleaned his system, he would be fine in two days.’

    She liked what she heard, this was better than she expected.

    ‘How much will this cost?’

    ‘One albuterol inhaler is about a hundred thousand Naira…’

    ‘What?’ Her eyes grew wide, maybe she had not heard the doctor well or maybe she was starting to have hearing problems as her ex-boss Moremi had insinuated.

    ‘It is not expensive Miss Hassan, it’s even cheaper here.’ The man replied.

    Her heart sank a she thought about the money she had in her account, it was no way near a hundred thousand.

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    Bring it on

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    She didnt even ask for explanations and just fired her like that

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    continue

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