The Abandoned Child by Awoleye Dominic

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    Episode 1

    Five great hunters fortified with charms and dangerous War armament went into the house and till today they are yet to return.

    Their families are left desolateand heartbroken even as some still think their father would return someday, but the villagers know better than being hopeful.

    The gruesome stories about the Alabi’s house is unending and every family had to warn their children from straying close to the house, whenever we went to stream to swim or fetch water, we watch the lone house from afar and take to our heels before anything happens to us.

    we had this eerie feeling that some imaginary force could pull a child from the track road to the house and the next thing will be the piercing scream from the child.

    Alabi used to be a very notorious thief that ravaged the whole town and neighboring village, he led a gang that set up road blocks along the high way that tore through our town and rob unsuspecting travelers of their valuables.

    They were murders and kidnappers, there was no police station in the village except for local vigilante team made up of our local hunters, but they were in awe of the dreaded Alabi gang.

    It was later agreed between the gang and the hunters that the gang would not torment the Villagers and the villagers should also let them be.

    Alabi, the leader of the gang had come to our village as a cocoa merchant buying dried cocoa seeds from house to house with his measuring scale. At the end of every week he took bags of cocoaseeds to the big city for sale, he was rich,and he was well respected by all.

    He also lends out money to people on interest, he married two women from our village,he married two friends who bore him six children within four years, we were told he was actually courting one of the girls, and was planning to marry her, having met with the girl’s family for marriage proposal, but somehow, the girl’s friend who followed her about as the two girls seemed inseparable like Siamese twin, became pregnant, we were expecting to hear of her marriage to the owner of the pregnancy but we did not, Alabi married his fiancee traditionally bypaying her bride prize; she also became pregnant for him.

    The wife’s friend eventually put to bed and she gave birth to a split image of Alabi! There was confusion in the small town as the news spread like a wild fire that Aduke has had a baby boy for the husband of her best friend Larape.

    That was how Alabi married Aduke also and they lived together in his newly built house on top of the hill, the fame of Alabi spread round the village, and surrounding environs as the young rich cocoa Merchant that has his house closeto heaven and married two close friends.

    Within four years, Alabi had six sons from in two wives; he had about five Bicycles with which he and his assistantsgo about buying cocoa seeds from farmers.

    I happen to be one of the village’s little urchins, I lost my grandma four years ago at the age of nine, I had returned from school to see her still sleeping in her mat just the way I had left her before going to school in the morning.

    i went into the hut we used as kitchen and saw the mess was still as it was since last night, no food waiting for me, I did not eat to school and I did not eat at school so I was starving, I changed my clothes into my worn out Buba and sokoto and left the house to look to food, I did not bother to wake grandma, she might have eaten some food before going to bed, it is all man to himself in the house. I did not know my real mother, and I did not care to know her because grandma uses everyday of her remaining life to curse her, especially when I have been up to my mischief, grandma would swear and curse my mother wherever she was.

    so I definitely knew that it could not be well with her where ever she was, for no living human being can succeed in any endeavor having his or her mother wake up every day and send curses to her instead of prayers and blessings.

    #TBC…..
    Episode 2 loading…….. :b :b :b

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    Andrey_Timms™
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    New episode is here ooooo come nd read

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    Thanks @hormortiyor!

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    @froshberry-2, You are welcome bro.

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    continue
    thanks @hormortiyor.

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    @jummybabe, you are welcome

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