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  • Awele laughed out loud at the idea of it.

    “Sister Petra?! How can?! It’s not even possible!” she scoffed. “It’s because you don’t know her well, that’s why you’re even entertaining such a thought!”

    Aunty […]

  • Falling in love with Duke was better than anything I could ever have imagined. So much better.

    With Dozie, we had a lot in common but very little passion. With Amobi, the passion was there but we struggled to […]

    • Chineke me!!!
      Why do i have a feeling Sister Petra is the mother of Golibe?
      JESUS WEPT!

      Now, i love all the twists in this story!
      Love, Joy, Help from unexpected quarters ?
      This is beautiful!

      Sister Ginika better get ready for the inquistion squad coming her way.

  • I half staggered, half ran out of the house, wanting to get as far away from that picture as I could. It’s ironic how I had spent weeks trying to find out the mystery woman’s identity…but now, I couldn’t get away […]

    • Hallelujah! You dont want to know the relief that comes with this simple exclamation!

      Kisses to you Golibe. Love Duke with all your heart.

    • Hweew!!
      What a relief??
      Now let’s continue our love

  • I sat in fright, watching as Amobi drove like a bat out of hell, his face a mask of rage. I was too afraid to even utter a word, as the car careened past places of the town that were familiar to me, into lonely, […]

    • Abeg oooo, Dukes’ mother is not your mother and he is not your brother. Don’t claim relationship that is not your own, so after that passionate kiss you want to claim brotherhood. I always knew Amobi was a no good person.

    • Oh noooooo!!!!! It cannot be please.

    • Which kain original bad luck be this?

      It serves Amobi right that he got beaten! Yeye idiot.

      Golibe, i love the fact that you gave this episode length. You truly love us and want us to have a good time.

      However, unravel the wicked plot you put up there for us to read. The storu had better be different so YOU and Duke can end up together.
      😘😘😘

    • Adjoa replied 1 week ago

      My Duke and Golibe can’t be related
      How can this happen
      Torture paa nie

    • Becca replied 1 week ago

      Odiegwu! Wont you give us bonus Episode? I must have read this over 5 times.

  • We landed in Asaba shortly after 5, and by the time our taxi pulled into the driveway of the family house in Ogwashi, I couldn’t help but marvel over the fact that it was actually beginning to feel like […]

    • Haaaaaaaa, Amobi if you don’t take Golly to the hospital. Ernnn, your own is finished, Anuli I hope your eyes are seeing what happened ooo, but Duke why did you allow him take Golly from you naaa, don’t dull ooo

    • Anuli, aint i happy for you? You got someone to truly love you and you didnt go after him. He came for you. Love is sweet. Please enjoy it
      Golibe, Oh crap! Na tsunami of men you don find yourself in. And dont you blame Duke. He cannot do anything unless you break free from Amobi and declare yourself ‘Unattached”.
      Who has noticed Amobi is very childish in behaviour? Romance, you no fit do. Conversation wey make sense, you no fit hold. What is your essence? You’d better not hold Goli in captive else your brain go blow.
      Duke, biko woo Golibe na. Cant you see she is giving you loving puppydog eyes? No dull like James o.
      Aunty Writer of Golibe, Thank You. You’re doing a great job. Can we tempt you to start writing everyday?? *cyberhugs.

  • The following evening, Anuli and I were on the 5:10pm flight to Lagos from Asaba. She had reluctantly bought the plane tickets, and I had reluctantly gotten myself in the frame of mind to see Dozie again…after […]

  • “Dozie?!” I exclaimed, shocked.

    Anuli looked up from the bed, wondering what had elicited that reaction from me.

    “What are you doing in Nigeria?!” I demanded. “Why are you here?!”

    “Emma, you left me no […]

  • Anuli and I lay on the bed long afterwards, talking some more. I asked her more questions about Gozie, and it was like talking about her late son was the balm she needed. She recounted so many heartwarming stories […]

    • Omo! See gobe!

    • Drama Queen herself! Lawd help your case. 3 men on you alone. And you know who is best for you o! But you will Continue to court green eyes and trouble kwa.
      Odiegwu!

    • Ha!!!! Just found this series today and read all of it…didn’t make dinner because I was hooked to reading it …what!!!
      Golibe is in real trouble now..hope she finds a way#teamduke

  • For the first few minutes after I opened my eyes, it didn’t quite register where I was. I looked around the strange living room, from the equally strange couch I lay on, and my confusion was even more […]

  • That evening marked the start of what became routine for Ahanna and I. Every evening, at about the same time, 7pm, he would drive to quiet spot near our house, I would join him a few minutes later, and we would […]

    • 😀😁😁😀

    • Shebi I said it here, that I don’t trust this Amobi, he is just bad news, Golibe let your eyes be shining around Duke. Anuli has way too much drama, I doubt if she is Golly’s mother.

  • Opening the door gently, I wasn’t quite sure how I would find Anuli. I had half prepared myself to find her trashing the room in her blinded rage, or wailing her eyes out on the bed. What I hadn’t expected to see […]

  • “What do you think?” Anuli asked, on the drive home. “Do you think they were saying the truth?”

    “I don’t even know what to think, Anuli.” I said, my dejection heavy in my voice.

    “Because it just seems to […]

    • Golibe o gini? Just when I was about to relax and enjoy the story, you just signed out.😬.Doctor Amobi, please face your front oh, stop looking for people who are not looking for you biko.

  • Sister Petra led me to a small bench. “So…what is it you want to know?”

    “You knew my parents well. You called me by my traditional name. You’re pretty much the first person I have met who must have been close […]

  • I was surprised to find Anuli already asleep when Ejike dropped me at home. I was even more surprised that she hadn’t even changed her clothes. I toyed with the idea of waking her up to change, but if she’d been […]

    • Becca replied 1 month ago

      This is wicked you know @Golibe. This info you give us aint much na. Which kain suspense be this? One would think you will give a voluminous write up since you post only on Mon, Wed and Friday. Please make it lengthy. Biko, Ejowo. Thank you very much.

      @Duke, definitely something or someone has hurt you. Dont take it out on Beautiful Golibe.
      @Dr. Amobi, dont cause katakata between two cousins.
      @Golibe, if you know what is good for you, dont bite the fingers that is feeding you in that village. Leave that stunning man and try to catch the Duke man. Funny enough, i feel he is for you!

  • If I thought the Sunshine Spot was crowded the afternoon we’d last visited, walking in that Saturday evening, I realized the first time had been child’s play. It was so full, the crowd had even overflowed outside, […]

  • I could do nothing but stare at the picture, as we rode back to Ogwashi. The more I looked at the beautiful, pregnant woman in the picture, the more I wondered whether this was where my search ended…with that […]

  • Despite how anxious I was that night, I slept surprisingly well, and when my phone rang at about 6:30am, uncharacteristically of me, I found myself needing at least another couple hours of sleep.

    Peering at my […]

  • About 30 minutes into our time at the Sunshine Spot, I noticed a young man, about my age, walk into the bar. He zebra skinned jacket, and heavy gold chains adorned his neck and wrists. His sunglasses, which he […]

  • We sat in silence for what seemed like forever…silence that was initially punctuated by Awele’s sobs. Neither Anuli nor I said anything…not to her or to each other. We just sat there, each of us lost in our own t […]

  • I was desperate to fill the gaps.

    Aunty Ekwi was already pattering around in the kitchen, when I returned from my morning run.

    “Ede!” I greeted her the way my father had taught me to greet my elders, in our […]

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