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I got back to my home in akure in the evening and I was so tired and weak. The news of my accident had reached my neighbours and I guessed it was the handiwork of segun. I was greeted on after the other by everyone in my neighbourhood. “E kpele ooo, erora oooo, sorry oooo, oluwaseun ooo pe emi yin wa laye oooooo…..” Was coming from left to right as I dropped from the bike that stopped infront of my house and walking inside the house .
I begged one of my neighbours to borrow me her phone and I used it to call segun to inform him that I’m around. He told me he would be in my house right away.
I opened the door of my room. I dropped my cross-bag on the bed and my credentials file on the wardrobe where I used to placed it. I was so hungry and I called on one of my neighbour’s daughter and I gave her 300naira to buy food for me from “mama biliki” who owns a local canteen beside my house. she returned with a plate of rice, 2 meets and 50naira change. I gave her the change to keep it and she went away. I was eating my food when I heard a knock on my door.
ME: who is that?
VOIcE FROM OUTSIDE: its segun.
ME: ok ***i stood up to open the door from behind and we both hugged each other and returned inside the room***
SEGE: padi mi. Thank God for your life oooo. Na so we for dey do candle night for you here in akure ooooo.
ME: you no well. But I thank God sha. Are you the one that informed my neighbours about my accident?
SEGE: yeah. The day you called me, I met mama iyabo on my way to my house and I informed her when she asked about you.
ME: I thought as much. But that mama iyabo no dey try oooo
ME: she too dey talk and do gbeborun. You can’t believe almost everyone on this street had already heard about the accident.
SEGE: eeyah, and na only her I tell ooo. I for no tell her anything sef, but she asked about you that you have been absent at home since thursday. That was when I told her that you had a minor accident in abuja.
ME: its alright sha. Na her own wahala be dat.
SEGE: wey your phone?, wetin do am?
ME: it was smashed by the car that hit me.
SEGE: eeeyah. May thunder fire that guy wey call you for fake job. Wetin be him name sef?
SEGE: but why would someone be telling that kind of lies ehn?
ME: I tire oooo.
SEGE: even if you must work for GNLD, sebi dem plenty for this akure, why he no kukuma tell you to join them here instead of deceiving you to come over to niger state?. That place far oooo.
Me: na so I see am too my brother. Na desperation to earn 120k per month cause am.
SEGE: what about the guy you said he stays in abuja that you told me about?
ME: his family doesn’t live there anymore and no one knew his new address. Sebi that was what I was thinking about that made me lost concentration before I got hit by a car.
SEGE: eeyah. Pele, who now took you to hospital?.
ME: the doctor said it was a passer’s by
ME: yeah, he even paid the bills.
SEGE: hope you have called the person to appreciate him sha.
ME: he didn’t drop his number nor his address.
SEGE: may God reward him and bless him abundantly wherever he may be .
ME: amen and you too, thanks for been there for me.
SeGE: haba, no mention jaree, what are we friends for?. Hope you were treated well at the hospital sha?
ME: yeah. That reminds me. Guess what?
ME: I met bimpe at the hospital
SEGE: bim!!! What!!!, you mean the same bimpe?
ME: yeah. Same adebimpe in portharcout.
SEGE: how come?, was she there for an abortion?
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