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    Episode 3

    Oleng was mad but she controlled herself. Oge was her senior in class even if it was just a year and the school took seniority seriously. Oleng really couldn’t do anything because she had already been a victim of Oge’s wickedness. Oge punished her unnecessarily just because of Eric. She had told her face to face that she would deal with her because Eric refused to show her attention. She didn’t tell Eric because she knew it would only make matters worse.

    “That Oge is a harlot. Just look at the way she’s talking to Eric.” Ezinne asserted angrily.

    Oleng was appalled. “Zinny, please be careful. You know we’re in a public place.”

    “Whoever wants to report me to her should go ahead, I don’t care!” Ezinne retorted sharply. “After all, it’s not today she started punishing us for nothing. At least now her punishment would be justified.”

    “Does she punish you girls?” Edward
    questioned in surprise.

    “Yes, especially Oleng.” Ezinne replied tautly.

    Surprise was all over Eddy’s face. “Why? You girls are just one year her junior. I don’t punish SS2 students. Only SS1 and below.”

    “It’s because of Eric. She’s jealous of Eric and Oleng.” Marvelous spelt out bluntly.

    Edward smiled. “I see. Does Eric know about it?”

    “No. Oleng refused to tell him. She’s scared that Oge’s punishments becoming worse.” Marvelous responded drily.

    “Why Oleng?” Edward queried the silent Oleng.

    “You know Ricky na. He’d blow the whole thing over proportion and that will only make Oge more furious. I don’t want any trouble. She’ll soon graduate with him. I’m prepared to continue suffering in silence till then.” Oleng remarked clamly.

    Edward smiled and rubbed his hand on his chin. “Don’t worry. I’ll handle her.”

    “No Eddy. I don’t want any trouble.” Oleng pleaded.

    “It’s no trouble at all. There are many ways to kill a rat. It’s just to tell her that if she doesn’t back off, I’ll tell everyone what happened between us at the back of the hall on Valentine’s day.” He smiled mischievously, leaving the others dumb founded.

    Just then the bell to announce break over was rung. Oge gave Eric a peck and left, shaking her buttocks. He walked up to the others as they got up from their seats. He noticed that Oleng refused to meet his eyes. He stood before her but she still wouldn’t look at him. She walked away amidst the students trooping out of the canteen.

    “I’ll meet you in class, Eddy.” he told Eddy who smiled and left.

    Eric hurried up to meet Oleng, Marvy and Ezinne. He held Oleng’s hand and she stopped walking. She still wouldn’t look at him.

    “Marvy and Zinny, please excuse us.” He requested of her friends who shrugged and walked away.

    “What’s wrong, sunshine?” he asked softly after studying her steadily.

    She stared at her sandals. “Nothing. Why do you ask?”

    “Why were you ignoring me?” he prompted.

    “I wasn’t ignoring you. It’s break over.” she replied, still with her eyes on her sandals.

    “Sunshine, look at me.” Eric coaxed gently.

    She raised her head slowly to look at him.

    “Is that the green eye monster I see there?” He threw her own words back at her.

    Oleng couldn’t help smiling. Eric noticed again her charming smile and savoured it.

    She hit his chest playfully. “And you accuse me of having many admirers?”

    “Oge is just a friend.” he asserted cooly.

    “Uche is just a friend.” she replied, smiling.

    He laughed. She laughed too. He held her hand and they walked towards their classrooms, ignoring the students who were looking at them and smiling. There were a few jealous ones frowning though.

    “So long as they don’t come in between us.” he stressed with emphasis.

    “Never.” she firmly declared.

    “Ditto.” he concurred. “See you later.” Eric told her when they got to her classroom.

    “Bye” she responded and went into the classroom just as two of her classmates who entered with her giggled and said, “Love nwa tin tin!”

    The embarrassed Oleng went quietly to her seat.

    At closing, Oleng went to where they normally sat to wait for the boys at break time; the wooden benches at the recreational area.

    After a short while, she saw Eric advancing towards her. She noticed both junior students and senior students alike hailed him as they passed. Her best friend was indeed drop dead gorgeous.

    A head taller than most of his mates, his skin was so light he was called a half-caste by almost everyone he came in contact with. Most people thought he was of mixed birth but only a few knew that his dad was the half-caste. Eric’s paternal grandmother was an American while his paternal grandfather was a Nigerian; that made his dad half American. Eric took after him in coloring while Damian, his elder brother took after their chocolate skinned mum. Eric had white features and spoke with a slight accent. His mother had given birth to him when they were based in America. They’d relocated to Nigeria when he was five. They still went there on hols.

    Oleng thought all these, coupled with his brilliance, made him a favorite amongst girls and boys alike, teachers and the school authorities. She was indeed fortunate to have him as her best friend. Despite these wonderful qualities, Eric was very humble. His beauty, brilliance and wealth never got into his head. Everyone was equal to him. It was little wonder that Senior Oge and the girls in his class wanted him for keeps. It was very unfortunate for them that he refused to date anyone. They all blamed her and were jealous of her. She shrugged. It wasn’t as if Eric had asked her out or anything so she wondered what they wanted to kill her for. Losers! She hissed.

    To be continued

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    Keep it coming pls

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    Lovely story

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    Tenniebenson (Area Mama)
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    Nd its sooooooo interesting….. On to da next one!

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    Susana Johnson
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    Pls keep it coming. So intersting that I’m waiting breathlessly for d next episode.

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    Episode 4

    Eric sighted Oleng at their usual waiting place and his face lit up like a light bulb. She looked lost in thought. For the umpteenth time, he thanked God for bringing her into his life. Oleng, his rare gem.

    It wasn’t just her beauty that captivated him even though she was a very beautiful girl. She acted as if she wasn’t aware of it though. Her chocolate skin shone at all times, so much so that she’d been asked to advertise a body cream but she’d declined.

    Petite, that was the best way to describe her. Her stature always made him feel like lifting her up in his arms and swinging her around. The part of her that captivated him the most was her pointed nose which he loved touching. He couldn’t quite contain what he felt for her. Someday, he knew he would have to voice it out but he didn’t know how she would take it with her being a very shy and reticent person.

    He finally got to her. “Hi sunshine. Have you been waiting here for long?”

    She shrugged and got up. “Not really.”
    They both walked hand in hand out of the school with their school bags on their backs.

    Ever since he got to SS1, he had pleaded with his parents to allow him to start walking to school since it was just three streets away. He felt like a child always having to wait for their driver to take him to school and take him back home again. Besides, the large estate was a safe place in Port harcourt; Woji and he was grown up now. His parents had obliged with the help of Damian, his elder brother. In the past he’d always instructed their driver to stop by Oleng’s house to pick her up since her house was on the way to school but now they walked to school together and went home together.
    They talked about this and that until they got to her house, oblivious of their school mates walking around them.
    “Will you come in?” she asked when they got to her red iron gate.
    “Nope. Not today. My mum is at home and I don’t want to explain my whereabouts to her.” he answered, grinning.
    “Mummy’s boy.” she teased.
    He touched her nose playfully and smiled again.
    “Well, see you tomorrow then. Don’t come late like you did today or I’ll walk to school alone.” she threatened jokingly, stabbing a finger in the air at him.
    “You wouldn’t.” he dared.
    “Try me.” she countered, laughing.
    He laughed and shook his head.
    “See you tomorrow, sunshine.”
    “Bye Ricky.” She opened the small part of the gate and went inside.
    Just as Eric was getting to the end of the street, Edward and Dave caught up with him. They were all friends due to the fact that they all lived on the same street and got along. Dave was Eric’s close friend too. He wasn’t as good looking as Eddy or Eric but handsome nevertheless. He was also an introvert like Marvelous.

    As usual, Edward was talking about girls.
    “Eric, please stay clear of Oge. I’ve already seen the color of her panties.” he declared with pride.

    Eric and Dave shook their heads and stared at their friend as they walked down the busy street with students.

    “Whose panties haven’t you seen in that class?” Dave questioned in bewilderment.

    “None. I’ve gotten down with all of them. All you have to do is use the right words on them and before you say ‘bed’, they are down!” he laughed.

    The others laughed and shook their heads. Eddy would never change. They were used to him and his escapades with girls.

    Edward gave Eric a quick glance before saying, “Frankly, there’s one girl I really would love to see her panties but I know it would be impossible because she belongs to another.”

    “That has never stopped you before. Who is she?” asked Eric.

    Eddy shook his head and smiled.“Forget it.”

    “Tell us so we’d bet on it.” Dave challenged.

    Edward glanced at Eric again before saying, “Oleng.”

    Before anyone could say ‘What?’ Eric had punched Edward. Students who were walking around them quickly stopped to watch the show while those coming behind rushed forward.

    “Jesus!” Edward exclaimed and held his bleeding nose. “Na play I been dey o! I just wanted to see your reaction. You didn’t have to punch me na.” Eddy was shocked. Eric wasn’t an advocate of violence.

    Eric’s eyes flashed fire as he dropped his bag from his back and palmed his friend on his chest. Edward staggered backwards. “Don’t you ever joke with that sort of thing again. Oleng isn’t one of your girls or play things.” Eric’s black eyes were filled with fury as Dave and some students held him from punching Edward further.

    Edward raised both hands in surrender. “Okay, lover boy. But get down with her before someone else does.” Edward riposted as he brought out his handkerchief from his pocket to wipe his nose.

    “You don’t know my Oleng at all. My sunshine is not like that and even if I want to get down with her, I know how to play my cards right.” Eric fired back with strong masculine conviction.

    “Okay o! It’s my moons abi stars who are like that? Eric, you pack quite a punch! I’m lucky my nose isn’t broken. Edward moved his nose to the left, then to the right with two fingers and winced.

    “Serves you right!” Dave scolded him, releasing Eric from his grip. He motioned for the other students to unarm his friend.

    Eric looked shame faced at his outburst.“I’m sorry. Don’t joke about my sunshine like that again.” He looked around him at the students who were still watching the show. He lowered his head. He’d acted out of character. D--n!

    “Okay. I just hope she’s worth it.”

    “She is!” His eyes flashed anger again. Edward was hell bent on tempting him. He however swallowed his anger even though he felt like punching the lights out of his friend.

    “Let’s go home” The ever quiet Dave dermanded of them when he noticed their school mates were watching them intently and making unfounded remarks. He knew the news would be all over school the following day; the true version and the one garnished with lies. Their cool headed senior prefect had punched one of his closest friends because of Oleng.

    “Alright.” Edward conceded witheringly, smiling mischievously as he continued wiping his bloody nose.

    Eric wasn’t as cool headed as everyone thought. It was good to know that his friend would fight for his girl. Sincerely, there were times he wondered how Oleng would be in bed but dared not tell Eric.

    Oleng was a very beautiful girl; quiet but captivating even in her serene nature. What he loved most about her was her smile. She had a shy, cool and charming smile. He had to warn his classmates against approaching Oleng because he now knew Eric’s feelings for her ran deep and he would be prepared to fight anyone who dared to toy with his “Sunshine”.

    With that thought, he said goodbye to his friends and knocked on his gate.

    To be continued

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    Wow dis story is d--n interesting

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    Lov!nq vh!z tho

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