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August 19, 2018 at 8:18 pm #1246621
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na wa0August 20, 2018 at 7:13 pm #1246894
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Hmmm this is so serious, Ato a pastor! Can’t believe this.0August 20, 2018 at 9:01 pm #1246923
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PASSWORD 2 Episode 49-50
Miracles do happen…Password continues…
“Holy cow!” Ato screamed with indescribable excitement and joy. “Holy Mary cow!”
“Watch your mouth there, boy!” Yaw Boat said sharply, but Pastor Anderson put a restraining hand on Boat’s shoulder and looked at Ato kindly.
“Go on, son,” he said. “You now have the spirit of healing. I didn’t see it, but Boat is also a Seer too, you know, and he saw it. He has all the gifts. Go on, heal your friend and come back. After all, you started it all with that Jamaican Clay.”
“Stone, old man, Jamaican Stone,” Yaw Boat said. “Foolish fools. Why they needed that d--n thing still beats me.”
Ato turned away with a shining face filled with excitement, and he began to run. He stopped suddenly and turned to them.
“Hey, please don’t leave me, okay?” he said imploringly. “This is so great! Please be here when I come back, please!”
“We’re not going anywhere, Ato,” Pastor Anderson said with a smile. “We came to get you, so we’ll wait.”
“Are you sure?” Ato asked anxiously. “That man, that Yaw Boat, he seems impatient and wicked. Maybe he’ll…”
Pastor Paul Anderson smiled.
“This is God’s will, Ato,” he said with a chuckle. “Not Boat’s call. We will wait right here for one year if that’s how long God says we should wait.”
“Oh, thank you, thank God, thank God!” Ato turned and run fast back to the asylum.
When he was gone Pastor Anderson looked at Yaw Boat and smiled, shaking his head.
“You’re such a bad recruiter, Yaw,” he said. “Did you have to break his fingers? Did I break your fingers when I came to recruit you?”
“Nope,” Boat said with smile. “You made me miss a nice time with Elaine though. That was wickedness.”
“Oh, yeah,” Pastor Anderson said with a smile. “I remember. That night you really meant to…what’s that word in that Kofi Kuntu’s head? Klonk, yes, klonk!”
They both laughed as they headed toward the Escalade.
Yaw Boat stopped suddenly.
“What?” Paul Anderson asked, alarmed.
“That fool forgot something,” Yaw Boat said, turned round, and began to walk towards the asylum in search of Ato Sey.
“What?” Pastor Anderson asked, deeply intrigued.
“All he can say is Yesu bra o, Yesu bra 0!” Yaw Boat said disdainfully. “I wonder how he’s going to cure his friend.”
And Paul Anderson began to laugh softly.
Maa Abena Nyantie took the glass case and looked at the exquisite ring inside with a sad smile on her face.
“Two proposals, from two great men, on the same day,” she whispered.
Kofi, lying on his back, gazed up at her with loving eyes.
“I’m poor, Abena,” he said softly. “I don’t know what I’m going to do when I get out of here. There’ll be a lot of evil tongues wagging about me. I can’t afford that kind of ring now, because I’m poor. And, more importantly, I have an evil curse on me which has rendered me impotent. Are you sure you want to spend the rest of your life with me?”
She touched his cheek, and her smile was a wonderful balm that warmed his heart.
“We’re going to be fine, K,” she said softly. “It’s not about the quality of the ring, but the quality of the heart presenting it. I know you love me, and that is the most important thing. I’m glad you’ve taken the first step, and you’ve become a Christian and changed from your bad boy ways…and you’ll be shocked at what God will do. All other things shall be added to you, and you will be free forever.”
His throat was choked with emotions. He tried to sit up and hold her, but the sharp pain held him back.
“Be still, K,” she said gently, putting her hand on his chest.
And suddenly the door swung open and crashed close, and Ato came running down the ward towards them, his face filled with a total happiness and joy that filled Kofi with wonder.
This was not the heart-broken, angry, bitter, hurt and vengeful Ato who had left them a few minutes ago. Maa Abena looked at him with trepidation, not understanding what was happening to Ato to make him look so radiant.
Kofi tried to sit up, but again a sharp pain tore through his shoulders, and he reclined back again with a soft moan.
Ato got to their side and stood smiling broadly down at Kofi.
“Hey, bro,” Kofi said nervously. “Everything okay with you? Are you steady?”
Ato chuckled happily and held out his arms.
“The most amazing, stupendous thing happened to me, K.K,” he said, his face bright and glowing with a happiness so great that Kofi began to be a little bit worried. “You just won’t understand! Will tell you all about it later, bro! Just came to tell you that I’m extremely happy you’ve fallen in love, and you won’t get anyone as great as the girl with the eye, Maa Abena Nyantie!”
Kofi and Maa Abena looked at each other nervously.
“Ato, are you okay?” Maa Abena asked.
Ato turned to her and smiled broadly.
“I couldn’t be any better, Abena!”
He reached over and took the glass case from her and dropped it on the bed.
“My brother K.K, that is my gift for you! And now, since I started all this, I want you to have your healing now. I gave you the Jamaican Stone, and now I heal you, my brother!”
He gripped Kofi on the shoulder with his right hand, squeezing hard into Kofi’s wound…and Kofi screamed loudly.
“Agyeeeeeeeeeeei! Aboa bi ba! You fool? Ato, you craze?” Kofi stuttered as shafts of pain tore through him agonizingly, almost rendering him unconscious.
“Ato!” Maa Abena screamed, pushing Ato back with fear. “What’s gotten into you? You know he was shot! Are you okay?”
Ato took horrified steps back, looking at his right hand with shock and confusion, his heart beating with great disappointment.
“But…bu-but they said I sh-should just t-touch you!” he stuttered with pain, shaking his head numbly.
“Forgive us, our bad,” a new voice said, and they looked up and around as a most incredibly handsome man approached them.
Ato recognized Yaw Boat, and he went to meet him, his face shattered.
“What happened, Mr. Boat?” he asked miserably. “I tried to heal him, Mr. Boat! I covered his wound and gripped it hard, but I only succeeded in hurting him, Mr. Boat!”
“Call me Yaw, or Boat, my paddy,” Yaw Boat said. “Don’t worry, it is our fault. We all make that mistake, and mine cost me the life of my father.”
There was a note of sudden sadness on his face as he spoke, but then he sighed heavily and seemed to get himself under control.
“The powers are not coming from you, Ato,” he said. “It’s from God, in honour of His son, whose name God has made powerful above all names. So, we heal in the name of Jesus Christ. That’s how you do it. You say, ‘I heal you, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.’ Or you say, ‘receive your healing in the name of Jesus Christ.’ Go on, try it again! Oh, and you don’t necessarily have to touch his wound.”
Ato turned away, quite miserable.
Kofi and Maa Abena looked on, quite scared, not comprehending what was happening.
“If you touch my wound again I swear I’ll kill you, Ato,” Kofi said with nervous pain.
Ato walked forward on unsteady legs, reached out with a trembling right hand and touched Kofi’s left leg.
“In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, may your body be cured of all infirmities!” Ato whispered.
“See you!” Yaw Boat muttered with a slight grin. “Too known kwa.”
And Kofi felt it.
Something quite strange and complete surged through him, tearing through his body and heart, shaking him, tearing him apart, and he jerked on the bed hard, causing Ato to shout and step back with fear!
Maa Abena screamed, and gathered Kofi in her arms, calling for the doctor.
Doctor Aidly Boamah came running from the office she had taken over.
Maa Abena could feel Kofi jerking in her arms, and then he went quite still, absolutely still.
His arms were around her, and he was sitting on the edge of the bed, and then he began to kiss her, fiercely and passionately, and her heart raced as alien feelings rocked her body, making her knees weak, and her heart pound.
She was reaching out to push him away, quite alarmed at the strong urge to push him down on the bed and climb on top of him…when her hand brushed something hard and strong and stiff between them, and she stepped back, trembling with sudden awareness, staring down at him with shock!
Kofi was shocked too!
He was staring down at his g---n!
The front of his ward dress was stretched fit to bursting with the hardest erection he had ever had!
He reached tentatively into the gown and touched his dogo yaro, and ascertained that indeed, it was his own ‘cassava’ which was that rock-hard!
It was his alright!
A strong, hard, standing, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful erection!
He was aware of Doctor Aildly Boamah muttering shocked words behind because she had checked his wound, removed Elastoplast after Elastoplast…and Kofi’s skin was smooth and unblemished at his back, with no indication of his terrible bullet wound!
When Kofi looked up, his face was covered with great tears, and Maa Abena was weeping too.
Kofi looked round, but Ato and the strange man had already left the room.
“Thank you, my paddy!” Kofi whispered as his tears fell. “Thank you, my brother. Forgive me, and may God use you!”
He turned to Maa Abena and held out his arms.
“Come, my love,” he whispered. “Please come to me.”
Maa Abena shook her head and took two steps away from him, smiling and crying at the same time.
“No way, K,” she said, her expression radiant. “You think I craze? Until we’re pronounced man and wife I’m not hugging or kissing you again, not with that thing working again. Apuu papa!”
And the three of them laughed.
Doctor Aidly Boamah stared at Kofi’s raging erection.
“Please, cover that thing, please,” she said and turned away, still stunned.
“Cover?” Kofi said, laughing and crying at the same time, absolutely bursting with happiness. “Apuu papa! Do you know the last time this thing stood up? I don’t even want it to go down again!”
It had been the wedding of Akweley’s dreams!
It had been with more pomp and pageantry than her wildest ever imagination!
The setting alone had been breath-taking!
The waterfall background at her husband’s private resort had been amazing!
The reception had been on top of the great pool of water!
There was a hardened and tempered glass across the pool of water, and the exquisite tables and chairs had been arranged on the glass for the guests to sit on.
It had been as if they were suspended on the pool of water!
Replete with the lovely gardens and hanging, lifelike angels, it had been tremendous and magical!
It had been attended by great and famous people both from within and without the country!
Her father had been proud and blown away!
Akweley had seen the looks of envy and want on the faces of her friends!
She knew it would be all over social media!
Her famous wedding! One in town! None of her friends would ever be able to beat it!
She was so happy, outwardly, but deep down within her she had still been seeing Kofi’s face, his forlorn look early that dawn when he came to visit her, and beg her to give him another chance!
She was beginning to realize that she still loved him hard…
But she had to stifle that feeling!
She had to kill him and his memory! That life was done and dusted! This was her new life now!
Their honeymoon would be a blast around some of the most beautiful and romantic cities in the world. They were going to spend three weeks in South Africa, then to Paris, Amsterdam, Moscow, London, Dusseldorf, Finland, Brazil, USA and finally home to Ghana!
Three months of bliss, of sheer joy!
It was beyond her imagination, and she was so ecstatic!
After the reception they boarded her husband’s private jet to South Africa.
The luxurious plane had a fully-enclosed suite for them.
She entered ahead of her husband, and as soon as the door slid shut on them she flung herself at Attah Badu and clamped her lips on his with a groan!
Akweley was afraid!
She couldn’t feel happy!
She had a premonition that something awful was about to happen!
And try as hard as she could, she simply couldn’t shake off that feeling of dread!
To be continued..1+August 21, 2018 at 8:19 am #1247010
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Congrats Kofi you’re fully back to been a real man0August 21, 2018 at 9:08 am #1247028
Rasaq Ijalo IbrahimMember
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Hmmmm0August 21, 2018 at 10:07 am #1247048
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hmmmmm kofi’s apuu papa is now working,,, Gud for him…. but akweley I don’t pray dat u bcos a widow at such a young age oooo,,, and I really don’t blame for leaving Kofi,,,, nobody should,,,, u tried for him,,,, but…0August 21, 2018 at 10:40 am #1247059
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am happy for Kofi and am sure everything will be fine, Akweley I don’t blame you and I don’t wish u ill bt the inevitable can happen. u allowed your father and friends to influence your decisions0August 21, 2018 at 12:31 pm #1247100
Sky Bethel ChinonsoMember
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I love ur decision0
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