January 15, 2018 at 2:41 pm #1162364TeeJayMember
After being married for five years, Chuks and his wife, Doris, were blessed with a baby boy.
As the family gathered to celebrate the birth of the new child, Doris seemed to be the happiest woman living.
She had gone through the ordeal of having to answer to her in-laws because she couldn’t bear their son a child. And now that her prayers were finally answered and she had a child to call her own, she knew her mother-in-law would be ashamed and disappointed.
It was a big party Chuks gave to welcome his son and called him Hassan after his later father.
And after all the guests had left that night, he poured his wife, who glowed with pride, a glass of wine as the couples settled to a toast.
“Now, your mother would no longer call me a witch,” Doris said with relief in her eyes.
Chuks smiled. “You don’t blame Mama, do you? It is every mother’s wish to hold their grandson in their arms. I’m sure she’s so proud of you right now.”
Doris shrugged. “As long as I have peace in my home. . .”
Chuks took a deep breath. The word peace was one he wasn’t sure to have until his little boy successfully turned twenty-one and he was able to fulfill the secret vow he made to his secret cult members.
Chuks and his wife were pagans.
Chuks won’t let his wife attend a church or even a mosque. He had devoted his heart to the Ogondo society, a cult his best friend had introduced to him some years back.
And because of his allegiance to the fraternity, he had been made so rich and wealthy.
His wife knew nothing of his devotion to the secret cult society.
He kept so much from her because he didn’t want her to get hurt.
But when she started pressuring him about giving her a son, he had no other choice but to seek help from the group.
They had promised him a child but he was to offer him back alive once he turned twenty-one.
And if anything happened to the child before then, he would have to pay with his own life.
Now Chuks would have to guard the life of his son with all he could.
He couldn’t take that risk or even let him out of his sight.
He had been giving a necklace that was never to leave his son’s neck.
It would protect him from every evil out there.
Chuks was glad Doris never questioned about the red and black necklace; he would have lied to her anyway.
Now his own life had been tied to the safety of his son’s life, including his wealth, and he would do everything to keep the boy safe.
Tbc.January 15, 2018 at 3:40 pm #1162389σиєαℓ32Member
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Gonna be an interesting rideJanuary 15, 2018 at 4:32 pm #1162433Lonewolf05Member
This should be good, next please.January 15, 2018 at 4:58 pm #1162444jummybabeMember
I love it alreadyJanuary 15, 2018 at 5:24 pm #1162458NazealMember
SeatedJanuary 15, 2018 at 5:25 pm #1162459NazealMember
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