-8- Princess walked into her room without greeting Chuks, she locked her door and lay on her bed. He had just put her through more stress, if this was how her first day in Lagos turned out, she dreaded what the remaining days of her holiday would be like. Chuks smiled, his intention was to … More Meant To Be: Episode Eight
*continued* Omoye stood from her bed to find out who her visitor was. She had planned to ignore whoever it was till he or she deemed it fit to leave, but she had to respond now since the caller had refused to stop knocking. She opened her door to find a distressed Iya Bobo standing … More Meant To Be: Episode Seven continued.
-7- Risikat stared at the lady sitting beside her on the bench, she just couldn’t stop wondering why a pretty lady would chose to dress like a man. She however continued with the counting of the tom-tom sweets which she just bought from the market along with other confectioneries. Princess checked the time on her … More Meant To Be: Episode Seven
*continued* “Christy, Mr Oladele should come to see me anytime soon, when he arrives just let him in” Sandra informed her secretary over the phone. “Yes Ma, but what if you have a visitor.” “visitor, hmmmm just let him in, he simply wants to pick a document…” she sighed, “there’s no point delaying him.” “Ok … More Meant To Be: Episode Six continued
-6- “Good morning Sir,” Halima greeted the man standing in front of her desk, she knew he was the marketing manager but he had a very funny name which she never bothered to learn. “Is Mr Oladele back?” “Yes sir, I already informed him about your wanting to see him, he’s expecting you sir.” “Good, … More Meant To Be: Episode Six
Rosie could not find the right words to comfort her friend who was sobbing and shivering all over. “Omo, he don do,” she finally said. “Wetin I go do now? ehn? Wetin?” Omo asked while struggling to dry her tears. “Maybe you should confront him” Rosie shrugged. Omoye looked at her friend and hissed. “Confront? … More Meant To Be: Episode Five continued
Omoye paid the okada driver and walked into her friend’s compound, she greeted an old woman sitting in the corridor. “Mama, good afternoon.” “Omo, bawo ni?” (My child, how are you?). Omoye understood yoruba but she was not in the mood for pleasantries. “Fine mama, eku ijoko,” (well done) she said and walked towards Rosie’s … More Meant To Be: Episode Five