Iyunade ran into a very dirty compound with different bags of waste littered around. The odour oozing out of the bags was strong enough to wake the dead. On a normal day, she would have lamented about the state of the compound but right now, all she had on her mind was her father.
The way her mother sprung up from her seat shattered Iyunade's heart. Her mother ran to her with questions in her eyes which she soon began to ask."What did the doctor say? Is your father going to be okay? Has he awoken? Can we see him now?" her mother inquired impatiently, shooting one question after the other at her.
Tunde jolted up from his bed from the sound of things being shattered downstairs. He wanted to believe it was a robbery attack but he knew deep down that his parents were at it again. They just couldn't stop fighting and he was getting extremely frustrated.When will this nonsense ever stop in this house?&
Iyunade walked slowly and cautiously into the uncompleted building beside the male hostel. The most dangerous place inside the University of Ibadan. It was known as the leisure spot for The Bandits, the most popular gang on the campus.The school authorities had tried every means necessary to rid the campus of the gang, but it all proved futile. However, they still tried to restrict their activitie
Iyunade increased her speed as the sound of running feet got louder. Sweat and tears in a mixture as if she was a mixologist at a bar. She hadn't bargained for this and the mere remembrance of what she had witnessed some hours before almost brought the bile rushing through her throat.
Iyun winced as she felt sharp nails dig into her arm. She turned, about to insult the owner of the nails but stopped short when she saw her mother's worried face looking down at her. Her mother's eyebrow was furrowed as if to check if she was okay.Her mother continued to stare at her when she said nothing. Like every good mother, her mother was always
So, her name is Iyunade. Would I get to see her again? And if I do, will I recognize her?"You do know that you've been staring at that bracelet since we got here twenty minutes ago? I am beginning to get more curious" Olatunde's friend who sat across him asked.
Tunde eyed the girl sitting across him cautiously. Caleb had convinced him to go on a date with this girl. And he couldn't believe that he allowed himself to cave under the pressure.Sitting across from him was Faculty of Law's self-acclaimed most popular girl, Sharon Oyeyemi. Well, he wouldn't deny it that she was pretty and had a nice morphology but
I can't believe I am really doing this. Tunde murmured as he walked through the corridors of the Department of Agricultural Science. He could feel the stares and attention he was getting from the students.