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My door was ajar when I got home, I was sure I didn’t leave it so.

I placed my ear close to the slightly opened door for any sound, there was none. As usual there wasn’t electricity so I couldn’t see much, but when I put on my rechargeable lantern..what I saw was shocking..

My television had a hole in the middle, with wood from my broken wall hanger in it.

My clothes had been slashed, I could smell something really awful but I couldn’t find the location. I sat down to place a call to Abayomi..then I saw it.

Whoever had broken in must have been suffering from dysentery. My bed was splattered with human dung and urine. I placed the call..

Me: Abayomi, somebody broken into my apartment

Abayomi: I think you should come to my house

Me: I say my house was burgled and all u can say is that I come to your house?

Abayomi: Just come

He hung up..

Toun was at the door when I got to his apartment, she led me inside where I met a worried looking Abayomi and Timi.

I quickly explained to them what happened to my apartment.

Abayomi: Timi’s apartment was ransacked too..

Me: your bed had dung on it?

I faced Timi..

Timi: No, I think he emptied his stomach on yours.

Me: what did they do to your apartment?

Timi: my laptop is gone, the tap in my bathroom was left on and the water channeled to my room, my rug was torn with different patches of holes in it..

I laughed…c’mmon it was funny..

Abayomi: I called Uche, we have to meet him at Aiyegbami in 30 minutes.

He looked at me, his eyes daring me to refuse. I looked at Timi, his face was blank. Toun hugged me from behind…

Me: Alright..

Aiyegbami had this eerie weirdness about it, you seldomly saw girls loitering around at night, it was more silent than other parts of Ago-iwoye. Even the scanty bars that were opened weren’t playing loud music.

Aiyegbami was one of the places they warned you about when you gained admission into the institution. The house in which we were to meet Uche was a three bedroom flat. It must have been built in the mid 80’s, it had the architecture. Guys were infront of the building, most of them Coverless, cups of ‘shepe’ was in abundant, while tobacco filled the air.

A small looking boy of no more than 18 came to us

Boy: who una dey find

Abayomi: Uche

Boy: wetin happen?

Abayomi: him say make we come block am for here.

Boy: wait, I dey come, make I go ask am.

Somehow, being alone with Abayomi here started to look like a bad idea.

I saw the tall frame of Uche emerge from the door, he had a stick of cigarette sticking from his mouth.

Uche: my people how una dey?

Abayomi: we dey o…howfar?

I didn’t bother with the pleasantries. That I had agreed to go along with him didn’t mean I would be all smiley. Uche led us into the sitting room where a lovely pool table was, there was a two-sitter cushion by the left, I didn’t bother waiting for uche to tell me to sit, I sat. He and Abayomi stood by the pool table to discuss.

Abayomi: hope you haven’t spoken with National yet?

Uche: No, we would meet tomorrow though

Abayomi: is there a way we can work through this?

Uche: what are you suggesting?

Abayomi: reduction in the money you want to sponsor us with, so you might not have complete monopoly?

Uche: what has changed from the last time we spoke?

Abayomi: my partner and I just think we need some kind of security..

Uche: is there something we should know about?

I looked at Uche, if he had anything to do with the incidence, he didn’t show it.

Abayomi: not at all, except ofcuz what happened at the rally.

Uche: yes I heard about that. I wouldn’t be able to decide on what you are offering, I would have to discuss with my client.

Me: that’s another requirement, we need to meet this client..

Uche smiled…

Uche: the funny thing was that he told me you would say this..he is inside with a visitor, he would come out soon..

Abayomi and Uche started discussing about politics, from Osoba to Gbenga Daniel and how PDP was going to rule Nigeria for 50yrs.

They were arguing when a girl came out of one of the rooms, with the way she walked and how her hair looked, she had definitely just been bleeped..I knew her. She was one of those so called big girls that spent most of their time at Gate-way with politicians.

Coming outside from the same room where she had exited from was the guy that had been with Uche at Bele, he had remarkably small eyes, very dark with a sharp-low hair-cut. He was on singlet and boxers but that didn’t make him any less charismatic, the way he walked was almost like he was a model, but there was a darkness about him that doesn’t suit a model.

He didn’t bother escorting his Bleep-mate, instead he gently came to sit down beside me.

Uche: Abayomi, Tana this is my client

Abayomi: bro whatsup..nice to meet you..

Me: hi

It might be an aftershave or something, but he was smelling so good and fresh…

Client: I have been wanting to meet you guys, I am Jafar.

WATCH OUT FOR PART 11


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