Broken Mirrors – Episode 16

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Rasheed collected the phone from Bintu and dialed the last number she had spoken to. The phone merely rang once before it was picked.

“I have been expecting your call, Bintu. I take it that you watched the news, since you are calling back,” Jamila said amiably.

“Madam, this is Rasheed Sanda, SAN,” Rasheed said, trying his best to sound impressive.

“Barrister, I thought I would be speaking with Bintu. Good morning to you,” Jamila said.

Rasheed responded “I wish I could say good morning, but unfortunately, it isn’t. You know that this illegality of an arrest you have concocted and that we will fight you with all that we have if you dare…”

Jamila cut him short “Oh, Rasheed, cut the prattle. We both know what this is about. It isn’t about legality, or you would not have taken away the livelihood of my in-law and threatened to do the same to his wife. It was about power, and vindictive vengeance. So do not tell me about legality now that you taste a dose of your own medicine. Look, if this is what you want to say, I have nothing to say to you. Now good day, Mr.”

“An an, Madam, it’s not like that now” Rasheed said, trying to be conciliatory. “I’m just worried about my brother ni.”

Bintu eyed Rasheed with venom. Why the hell was he begging this woman.

“Your brother will be released temporarily in about an hour. Now, if as much as a hair on Awazi and her husband get hurt by any action or otherwise from you, I’m hurling him in. and I’m sure you know I can hurl you in, and legally too. I don’t have to tell you I mean this.”

“So Arinze will be released today?” Rasheed asked to be sure.

“Stay by your phone, I’m sure he will have a few things to say to you when he gets out. Now, for the second time, good day, Barrister Sanda.”

Once Bintu saw that the call was ended, she said to the lawyer “haba, we gave you phone to handle the issue, you were begging like a student with his headmaster.”

“Woman, shut your mouth, gbe enu e soun. You think I don’t know what I am doing? Let us first get Arinze out of this. All of them, abowaba no oro won (we will return to their matter after that is sorted).


Awazi slammed the phone on the couch in anger. “Derin!” She thought. “DERIN” the thought tore through the seams her mind.

“I know what I’m going to do,” she said out aloud. He wanted this? Then that was just what he was going to get. She went into the room and got dressed. Her car was yet to be fixed, so she simply called a cab.

It took the cab a mere twenty minutes to get to Omole Phase 2 since the Lagos roads were free of traffic on this Sunday morning.

All through the trip, Awazi kept muttering to herself and at some point the cab driver had to ask “madam, hope all is well.” Her cold “please face the road,” warned the guy not to meddle any further in this passenger’s business.

The gate looked very different in daylight but she remembered the smaller wicket gate that she had gone through the night before and so let herself into the compound. Apparently, that gate was not locked during the day. That also told her that there was someone in the house. She saw the familiar car parked in the compound, and the sight of it strengthened her resolve.

But then, she got to the door, and stood before it. The sight of the door drained her of that resolve. Knocking on this door meant she was crossing a point of no return. Her hands trembled and she began sweating.

The door opened and Samir stood before her in nothing but shorts. He eyed her with raw lust from head to toe and then asked “were you going to just walk to my door and turn away?”

The sight of him and the way he looked at her caused her blood to race. A sense of guilt tried to creep into her heart, but she pushed it back with an effort, reminding herself that Derin had done this with Ope yesterday, and then left her in the house today to run back into her arms. She pushed Samir lightly back into the house, startling him.

“First, you are going to shut up Samir. I’m doing this for me. Do not annoy me with your jabber.”

With that, she undid the bow at the shoulder of the satin dress she was wearing and it slid off her shoulders without any help. She stood naked before Samir. A bulge rapidly formed in his shorts, but he stood there, immobile, disbelieving that this was really happening until she said “are you just going to stand there and stare, Fulani boy?”

He didn’t need a second invitation. He went over and kissed her hungrily, as if to satiate the many years of hunger. This time, unlike yesterday night, there was no resistance on her part. Her hands reached for his shorts and yanked them down, freeing his erection totally.


Arinze stepped out of the Ikoyi office of the EFCC. They had detained him for only an hour and from the amount of journalists and photographers on hand, he had guessed it was all staged for the benefit of the press, for the public who condemned people as corrupt by what they saw on TV and read in the papers. So substantial damage had been done already to his public image.

They had actually treated him with courtesy once the photographers were gone. They took his handcuffs off, and then the small man who had chaperoned him since the arrest ushered him into an office where he had spoken quietly

“Mr. Kilanko, do you know why we brought you in?” the man had said.

“You are the ones that came to bring me in, so you tell me,” Arinze had retorted.

“Very well,” the man had answered, with a smile tugging at the corners of his small lips. “I am not going to beat about the bush. You are victimizing a poor boy whom you think has no one. Derin Banwo. I’m certain you are familiar with the name.”

“What? How is Derin involved with this? Not any of the other importers? How can this be about Derin?”

“Oga, I cannot categorically tell you how, but I’ve been told to tell you that you and your cohorts at Omega Hospital had better stopped the witch-hunting of Mr. Banwo and his wife Awazi for the reasons you know, otherwise, you will be coming back to EFCC and your visit will definitely not be as pleasant as this one. And we both know that we can make this happen. The activists will feast on you.”

Arinze knew that even if the EFCC brought charges against him, he could wriggle out of it if he spent enough money. But the battle would be messy and the money would be much. He didn’t need all of that.

When they released him, they had made sure it was through a side exit, with no press.

Rasheed’s phone rang and when he checked the caller ID, he heaved a sigh of relief. It was Arinze.

“Omo Ibo, thank God you o, we saw what happened on the news…”

“Rasheed, don’t omo Ibo me, please! What kind of thing is all this that you have gotten me into sef? You know how delicate times like this are for my business, with all the subsidy report boys running up and down, and you drag me into an issue that has brought the EFCC on me, publicly! You want to ruin me abi? Wo, I just said I should call you to let you know that you better leave that boy alone, for your own good. And don’t call me on this Derin matter again!”

“Ah ah, Kilanko, ko to be, it hasn’t reached all this now,” Rasheed said.

Ko to kini? E no reach wetin? Wo, if you were not my brother ni, this conversation would not have gone like this. Do you have any idea how much I will have to spend on PR to clean this mess up and assure my partners both foreign and local that all is well? The kind of money I will spend on this en, you cannot understand.”

“What are you trying to say Kilanko? You better watch your proud tongue. Me I cannot understand money? No matter the clothes a child has, he cannot have as much rags as his elders!”

Arinze snorted. “Abegi, I have sha said my own. Don’t talk to me on this your Derin matter again! O dabo.”

With that, he cut the call.

“This one that we took from the gutter, see as he is now talking to we, the real owners of the house. It is not his fault, it is me that needed his help. It is my yam that has put my hand in the oil.”

He had stepped into the lobby to receive the call and when he re-entered the doctor’s ward, he couldn’t recognize it as where he had just left minutes ago.

Different medical personnel were hunched over him, and others were running helter-skelter.

“What is happening here,” he asked no one in particular. None of them took any notice of him, they just kept at what they had been doing. He did a quick scan of the room and saw Bintu in a corner.

He weaved through the bodies and made his way to her side with some effort. “What is happening here?” he repeated, now to Bintu.

As an answer, Bintu pointed to the ICU monitor. The green lines on its screen that had been an irregular up and down pattern had become a flat line.


Awazi had enjoyed the sex with Samir much more than she thought she could. It must have more to do with the way she channeled all her anger into energy. Now, she lay on the couch though, the nagging sense of guilt was beginning to gnaw at the edges of her mind again.

She reached into her bag and pulled out her phone. It had three missed calls. She selected the View option and the phone displayed the missed calls after a few seconds of the annoying rotating bb hanging clock. Something was not right. The phone told her that the missed calls were from her. But the more she looked at it, the less it made any sense to her. How could she have called herself? But as real as the couch she was lounging on, the number whose call she had missed was hers. The guilt began to gnaw deeper and translate into dread.

She quickly went to the home page and typed “SAM” expecting Samir’s number to pop up, but it didn’t. only a Samuel came up.

She recalled that she had not dialed Derin’s number when Ope had picked his call earlier; she had used her speed dial. She held down three on the phone to speed dial. Immediately, the caller ID showed on the screen. Ope. The truth was obvious to her, from the moment she had seen the missed call, but she had struggled and hoped it wasn’t. In her anger at home, she had not realized that Derin had picked her phone when leaving, thinking it was his own. And she had simply dialed Ope from Derin’s phone, thinking she was dialing Derin from her phone.

“Nooooooooooooooooooooooo!” she screamed in anguish, sending Samir running in from the bathroom.


Agatha rushed into the ward where they had told her she would find both Bintu and the lawyer. She sensed something was amiss when she got there and saw the crowd. Derin had called her to tell her what had happened yesterday night and she knew she had to see these people today, before things got out of hand. These Ibadan lawyers were known to fight both in the physical and by spiritual means. She didn’t want any strange things happening to Derin.

She asked one of the nurses if the lawyer was there and the breathless young lady pointed towards where she saw his grey head. She called out “Mr. Sanda,” in a loud enough voice for him to hear above the din.

Surprise registered in his eyes when he saw her, but he made his way out of the room to her. Agatha saw that Bintu had followed him out – the hawk.

“Mr. Sanda, sorry to bother you, it seems I have come at an inopportune time. Can we talk somewhere?”

“Sure,” Rasheed said, and led them towards the conference room.

Once they were inside and the door shut, Agatha fell on her knees and began to plead

“Please leave my son alone. You have taken his job already, but please, let it not be more than his job. It is not every chicken that turns over our medicine that we break their eggs because we ourselves might need those eggs in future. I beg of you.”

“Madam, your son didn’t tell you that your in-laws have fought for him abi. His wife’s aunty our own person arrested this morning. Please get up and stop these crocodile tears here,” Bintu said harshly.

That was news to Agatha. She hadn’t suspected there was any issue between Derin and his wife, since he had called her with Awazi’s number, but with this news, she couldn’t help but wonder what was going on with her son and his wife. She quickly got up.

“Sorry about your person o, I did not know at all,” she said, more to the doctor, for fear that if he felt backed to a wall, he would attack Derin with diabolical means.

“Agatha, Dr. Ajanaku just passed on, a few minutes before you came in.

“Wow. I’m so so sorry,” Agatha managed to say.

The tears were flowing from Bintu’s eyes now.

“Well, he requested that his will be read as soon as he passed on, since he survived his wife and first son. He had assumed that Hakeem would be the only audience I would read it to.” Rasheed said.

“I should be on my way sir,” Agatha said to Rasheed, and began to gather herself together to leave.

“Actually, you should not be going anywhere. The doctor specifically requested that you should be at the reading of his will, in the event that he passed on while this case was on.”

“He did?” Agatha and Bintu asked simultaneously.

“Yes, and there is a copy of that will in his office, sealed by the police. But we will get in to retrieve and read it, here and now.”


110 thoughts on “Broken Mirrors – Episode 16

  1. Awazi ti sha corner. Wahala ti dey. Hmmmmmm, Tunde see as you dey play with my emotion? And I get work for morning oh, lol. Nice one boss.

    1st again.

  2. Oh, how sad. Tunde finally make Awazi a bad chic, Haba. Poor man passed on, Ehyahhh. I have a feeling he left some money for Derin and Awazi to still get their baby via IVF sha.

  3. Awazi ti shey sina oooo! Sadly Derin dint do nytn with Ope 😦 I feel very bad. R.I.P Dr Ajanaku.
    So Rasheed can beg? Loool!

  4. Why do I have a feeling that Derin is Dr Ajanaku’s son. Aghata proly slept with him ages ago… Ghen geun… Story bout to be messy…can wait!

  5. Awazi!! That was a very wrong move. aare e ti di ebi (your innocence has turned to guilt). Chei!! As for Uncle Rasheed, so u really can beg…mcheww. R.I.P the good Doctor. Can’t wait to know whats written in the will sha. Till Monday again bah?! TL, make it Mondays n Wednesdays na.

  6. Choi!!! too short tunde.
    Awazi shlda known 2 wrongs don’t make a right na! Now she has something else 2 deal with: Guilt! Not plesant rara….this 1 dat agatha must b present while they read the will hope d doctor is not tunde’s fada o!

  7. Awazi ooooooo,which kind thing be dis,chei,Tunde,u sha made it happen btwn awazi and samir,u are wicked ooo and am 100% sure its this type of *poking* that wld turn to pregnancy oooo,chei,awazi is really in for it,I just hope this marriage can still stay together cos as it is,its as good as broken,let’s wait and see what happens in the next episode

  8. The evil dat men make women do!honestly I don’t blame awazi one bit!he pushed her to it and I sincerly hope it leads to her getting pregnant!let derin deal with it!stupid egocentric boy

    • Plus ragamuffin self. Why can some men think it is only them dat needsto let out heat. At least he ws not tinkin of divorcing yet he jumps into Ope’s bed at d slightest opportunity. Abegi as much as marriage is a for-better- for-worse affair, it is not also a do or die affair jooor!

  9. @ omojeje, y did u say this, u should ve left it in ur mind. U want Tunde to twist our mind again? But that ll really be a Ghen Ghen.

  10. Derin… i think you are making Awazi your scape goat and i think you are also trying to preach to ladies cos you have most of us as your readers… i didnt enjoy the twist due to speed dial and all… What has Agatha got to do with doctors will??? hmmmm so another week of waiting!!!!

  11. Nw Awazi is d bad chic. She shd av just taken a chill pill joor. On d other hand, d evil side of me says it serves Derin ryt, atleast if his member had risen 2 d occasion wv ope, he was more dan ready 2 av sex with her 2. As usual Tunde, awesome read!

    • I hope Tunde is not trying to be a chauvinist. Bcos there’s nothing u can paint up dat will make me see ds Awazi in a bad light. Why? Bcos she has really paid her price. And believe it or not, not many women can really try as much as she is doing. Wt all d troubles-of waiting-death of her child-stubborn hubby- unloving moda inlaw-pestering from samir- frivolous husband etc, meeen most women would av fallen hard or worst still, pack out. I’ve never seen Derin show her any sign of love.mcheeewn.

  12. Well,broken mirrors…something must sha break eventually…Awazi’s resolve broke,lets hope the consequences are a really cute baby tho; Derin! Oh well,a ghen ghen piece…fingers crossed till monday

  13. mr Tl wen is ur bdy? Lst yr on ur bdy u gave us 2 episodes of finding hubby dt wk neways dis is no fair… Shrt episode + wen u dial ur own number 4rm ur fone it doesn’t ring! It gives u d ‘number busy’ alert.

  14. TUNDE! TUNDE!! TUNDE!!! I’m not buying your story on Awazi and Derin exchanging phones and this is why: How can Awazi be calling her aunt in a locked room and Derin will sneak out with the same phone she is using? Did the phone fly over a locked door? Haba. Check episode 15 and 16. Wrong continuity. Bring back the real story joooor

    • Dede, ur ryt.. I jst remembered hw d last episode ended! Unless Tunde wil tel us dt Awazi has 2 fons or dat she slept off in d locked room n had dt dream cos of all d psychological stress she ws goin thru

    • Thank You! I have the same question to ask Tunde, this episode doesn’t add up with the mixed phones n all… Check the last episode oh

    • Oh boy, na true you talk. The whole “Awazi took Derin’s phone by accident” seems a bit too contrived. It would have been better if Derin actually did go to Ope’s. If anything, not to sleep with her, but probably to – I don’t know – salvage the whole situation with the hospital; probably try and convince Ope to help him lawyer-talk Rasheed into not taking away his livelihood. That would have been a better plot than Awazi magically taking Derin’s phone instead of hers when she just used her phone in a locked room.

  15. I tot this suspense will end today..tundeeeee!!!!!!! Awazi,kai kai kai..women and our hot body…pity pity..smh..I ll wait again..

  16. I reallllllllyyyyyyyy hope Awazi
    was dreaming o, even aunty Jamila would nt be able to help her with dis new turn.

  17. Omg! Wot a mess! Awazi why? Well this is a lesson to married couples, never jump to conclusions. Tunde oooooo. Hw re u going to sort this one out now!

  18. 2dy’s episode is mixture of anger, foolishness, hasty conclusn, rash decisn, so typical of a Nigerian woman. Mishaps due 2 nt avn afta thought, so typical of human actions. Kudos Mr Tunde u jst paintd we humans, nice wrk

    • I take exception to “Nigerian women”, it is typical of human beings whether men or women and regardless of citizenship. Stereotypes detract from the essence of anything you might be trying to say.

  19. Abeg all you folks condemning Awa should take a chill pill joo. Now they are even. Shey Derin did his own b4? Enh now he’s pushed her into doing hers,draw-draw. Now let’s see if he can forgive her so that they’ll wipe the slate clean…and if he can’t then it’ll show that he’s a typical man(they can never forgive but expect us to forgive them all all the time)…then Samir wins! He can have his Ope and Awa can have her fulani boy. But wait oh! I sha hope Derin isn’t the good doctor’s son!!! Cos if he is then the guilt would be too much for him to bear oh! Hopefully Dr Ajanuku merely left them compensation.

    • Gbam to d Awa, Derin vs Samir aspect. I had wanted. Awa out of Dat funny relatnshp, d guy(derin) is not worth dying for. And let no one give me d crap bout Awa now doing same-she waited long enough,nd don’t let’s forget here she’s also human wt flesh nd blood. No man will even accept his wife’s ex as their lawyer, whichever way u look at it.

  20. @dede, you said exactly what I was going to say! The story don dey turn to nollywood movie,with scenes that don’t add up! How did the phone leave the locked room and get to Derin?

      • Of course its not impossible. Maybe you can explain why, in episode 14, Derin didn’t attempt to get through to Awazi on her second phone after Samir had switched off the network on her 1st phone. Except she bought a line and registered it and had it delivered thesame morning before Derin got back and Aunt Jemila recognised the new number as Awazi’s? Bros abegi, don’t assassinate Awazi’s character, post the real story.

      • @dede while reading todays’ episode something didnt really click but @tundeleye you werent detailed enough about the two phones because all along we knew awazi had only a phone… so please be explicit enough and clearify this in episode 17 cos this isnt clear.. seems u are simply trying to turn tables towards Awazi destroying her home… Abeg check this thiing… P.S y r the episodes getting shorter?

      • Could also mean Derin has her Aunt’s number saved as Aunty Jamila as well, or she just dialled the number on Derin’s phone. Kalas TL, that says it all Jare.

      • I don’t quite agree @TL because she received a call from Bintu on her phone just before the arguement with ended with her running into the room and locking the door. There was no time to exchange phones.

    • I had to go back to episode 15.. I simply thought that maybe Awazi dialed her aunt’s number directly as opposed to going through the contact list.
      I do that for my dad most times.

  21. Tunde ko da ooo! Y u let Awazi do dis kind thing? I just wonder wat wld become of awazi n Derin’s marriage now. The suspense is destroying!!! Nice piece.

    • Just maybe she dialed her aunts number, yeah, it wasn’t her phone but cos she was angry she didn’t notice her aunts name didn’t come up when she dialed her number…that explains it..Tunde..don’t mention..uwc

  22. Awazi!!!! Two wrongs can never make a right. No matter how justifiable you think your actions are, once you react out of anger, you’ll end up wit regret hanging over you like a dark cloud. Take it from someone who almost let anger damage something so beautiful. Nice twist, Tunde.

  23. TL didn’t make Awazi look bad….That’s how women are(most times,we make hasty decisions).TL,the episodes are getting really short o.The story has taken another turn….I learn from every episode

  24. @Nef @Dede, don’t u think that Derin has his inlaw’s number saved in his phone, and don’t u also think that Awazi memorized her precious aunty’s number and so when she punched in the number “Aunty Jamila” appeared? Pls o leave Tunde alone biko.

  25. Na wah o TL dis is d dopest suspense eva. Lol @ “I can not categorically tell you”. Awazi I feel so sorry 4 ur mistake, she let anger get ova her 😦

    • loool…jolie i thot i was the only one who noticed the “i can not categorically tell you” phrase…tunde is surely da bombest!

  26. TL, Ko da o.I have been waiting since last week n u now go n do dis. Now I have to wait till next week. God is watching you o.

  27. TL please put Derin and Awazi out of their misery already! Too many twists joor! Beginning to feel like all these mexican soap operas that never end.

  28. He may have been dialling his phone (which was with her) when he discovered he was with d wrong phone ¯\..(•͡.̮ •͡ )../¯

  29. Tunde,like i said last week,d episode is getting shorter and besides d story is taking another turn like am pissed off wit dis episode just like nollywood’s movies,its getting offpoint……..

  30. Not fair. Too short. This is a case of good girl gone bad. However will she begin to plead her case? Not happy at all, but you are still my G.

  31. Na wa4 comments o! Last week it was “awazi plz leave derin n move on to samir” this week it’s “awazi shldnt v done this,2 wrongs dnt m a right, yadi yadi yada, wat dyu pple want self. Abeg derin wld v done same bt unfortunately he cldnt rise2 d occassion, does dat preclude him from culpability? If derin cannot look past d situatn n 4give her, den he shld exit tru d front door. He has caused her enuf pain

  32. Hmmmm,Awazi just go home,lick ur wounds and don’t mention what happened to a soul…And I am sure you will get pregnant….T.L you are the “MAN”…

  33. Oh my God… Awazi? I hope we all learn some things here. One is d fact that you shouldn’t react in anger cos ur first action is most times the wrong one. Also, two wrongs don’t make a right

  34. Mr TL…………naaaaaa this episode 16 was completely off point, thought it was ending today. Anyways good writing as always.

  35. Chai Awazi, you should have listened to me ooo. Even if it was Beyonce’s obsession style you used, you would have tried small. But for this one, OYO lo wa oooo. I really won’t comment on why Agatha has to be present @ d reading of the will. I won’t let TL twist my mind again. I will just wait patiently for next week to come. Good job bro.

  36. Hmmmmn! Writer and readers mind(Worlds Apart) Well, I’ll say well done TL for making sure you drop the episodes unfailingly every Monday since the days of Oyin Cleg as few of us know you have a full time job else were. As for me, I give you kudos because it’s a different thing if writing and blogging is what you do full-time. To the critics who feels and thinks they aren’t impressed, well ,I hope you are part of those taking advantage of the “Write Right” opportunity that Tunde created for you to show your writing skills. It is easier to criticize a player on a football pitch when you hardly even play football on the street or local fields. However, criticism creates room for improvement on the part of the person that is been criticized. Broken Mirror is Tunde’s conception, its his original idea so don’t expect the twist and turns to play the way you want it or think it should. To those who feels otherwise or thinks the episode isn’t the original episode, whose episode is it then? Yours ? @ TL, this episode get as e be ooo as Awazi don taste another forbidden fruit. Kia! See wetin anger fit cause. The Mirror don kpafuka patapata! I doubt if Derin can ever forgive Awazi for this oo.Keep the suspense going jare. God bless you as you give us something to brighten up our Mondays.

    • hmmmm! Too bad for Awazi and Derin. I feel for both of them. Sincerely, we women are just like Awazi, we tend to jump into conclusion without pausing to think of the consequences. OMG! But this is a great lessen. Nice one TL.

  37. Tunde, ow cld u do ds to Awazi…not fair…shaa teaches us that actions taken in anger (& or in vengeance) are never the best & will always be regretted…too bad

    • Am laughing so hard my sides hurts……….lesson to all men, if you dont take care of your woman someone else will help you gladly. And also to everyone asking awazi to take a chill pill, “neva judge anyone until you have by worn their shoes.
      Honestly ask yourselves if you had been in her shoes would you have stopped the first night after loosing your child, your husband in another woman hands, stranded on the road. Please lets be honest we are women and we think with our emotions.
      Also aunty jamila number could also be stored on derin phone, after all he is her husband and they been married for almost a decade now.
      To those of you not impress with TL write up on this episode, my advice, take up once a week writing for a year then you can write that you are not impressed.

      Keep up the good work TL

  38. im could derin have picked awazi’s phone on his way out when awazi was locked in the room calling her aunty jamila with her phone at the time derin left the house?or am i missing something?Tunde…?

  39. Heya RIP doc ajanaku,awazi shouldn’t have gone so far by sleeping with simmir,am sure guilty conscience would be disturbing her ,uncle tunde leye this suspense is getting much o,I which I could be releasing d episode everyday anyways kudos to Ɣ☺ΰ‎​‎​.

  40. Hmmm… I was was very much tempted to comment on today’s episode but I decided against it. I’ll keep my fingers crossed and wait till the story ends before commenting. Keep it coming TL

  41. Dis is d begin of d end4 Awazi since all her sensibility n credibility as bein shatter in d heat of anger4 her2 really stoop so low2 pay Derin bac in is own coins. It pains me2 see Awazi goes down lik dis n wht is Dr. Omega’s own wit Derin again, wonder dey say shall neva ends. Kudos2 u TL, more power2 ur writin Pen n ur finkin Brain. 3 Gbosa4 menh, gbosa gbosa gbosa.

    • Is d poor lady not overdue fr d preg? Wot if she does? I tell u dere are even worse crimes dan infidelity. And pls for once let derin ‘enjoy’ a pinch of his own medicine.

  42. This is sad. Another lesson emphasized: Ladies, never, ever make a man who is not family a confidant in cases of love and family. It only compounds the problem, men understands our vulnerabilities and gladly preys on them. I feel so sorry for Awazi and Derin. They made a mess of thier situation(s). O ga o. Congrats Tunde, you’re indeed wonderful> better you leave that your job and concentarate on this talent(blessing). To ensure the
    ‘DGNs’ not prey on your works. Abo oro lan so fun omoluabi, to ba de ‘nu e, aa d’odindi. (do the interpretation yourself)

    • U ar right Lois, but don’t let us leave d men out of dis. It should also be a lesson 2 our men never to make a lady who is not married or close 2 d family a confidant when it comes love & relationships. I tell u, it can be very disastrous. I knw wot I’m talking about. May God help us keep our homes, relationships & families.

      TL, God bless u so much 4 ur write-ups. May He grant u d wisdom & all u need 2 kip d flag flying. So much love bro

  43. Nice work, TL. I don’t blame Awazi at all. Its a human error and it is not peculiar to Nigerian women or even women in general. It affects all : men and women (I.e. Making rash decisions in a fit of rage). And, thanks to Tunde, I have another unbearable week ahead! Do you always have to do this, dude??? Please end this mind bending suspence( hopefully another tasty dish is in the offing as we speak!!!). Have a great week ahead. BTW, your observation in Bursting your bubble is something that has crossed my mind times without number. I pray our leaders will hear and ACT accordingly before it happens.

  44. Just read through the comments….. Chai didn’t know some people can be so intelligent like this oooo. Even going back to previous episodes to compare and bring out faults. Where una dey when TL do Write Right competition???? U think its easy to combine blogging with Bank job abi??? Maybe TL should resign and charge a fee before you can read his stories. I’m sure all you critics will be the first to call him names. As if the story is even real sef. If you’ve got nothing good to contribute just save yourself the stress of typing and allow us enjoy our stories abeg.

    • Lol you’re a funny person. So, because TL writes and gives us stories for free, we’re to shut up whenever we spot glaring plot holes? Haha! Ok. TL should go ahead and charge. We go die? Most of us won’t pay. And the ones who do will re-blog it somewhere.

  45. Nothing can replace the control the spirit of God brings…Marry a spirit controlled believer then,you’ll have less to worry about 😀
    RIP Doc..Thank you Tunde the storyteller!

  46. ok…..jus wondering… where d hell is Derin????? he wasnt mentioned at all in dis episode….

    Jus my thots….

  47. Ah! mogbe! what did Awazi just do?! Aaaaah! See what anger can do?!
    Life lessons abound in this episode o! Chai! Awaziiii! *puts fingers on both side of mouth*
    Aaah its good to paay attention to details o! TL you were so silent on whose phone was used during the dialing saga. you were just using “dialed”
    You that can describe anything with that your pen, u nor even say “she picked her bb Z10 to dial.” but you were back to description with the “annoying bb rotating hanging clock”
    Your head is there! see suspense!

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