"You can do anything in this Lagos. But never find yourself in the hands of a Yoruba demon. They will destroy you."-------------------------Meet the Yoruba Demons. Kolawole, Olatunde and Olufemi. The known Casanovas of Lagos state.They have it all, money, flashy cars, mansions all over the country. Every girl would want their panties ripped by one or all of them just to get the dough and they use the opportunity well.After each experiencing their own version of excruciating heartbreak, they made a deal to never enter a serious relationship ever again. They adopted a Use and Dump Policy which had worked for them for years until one of them decided to break the pact and fall in love.They couldn't allow it could they?Find out how shit goes sideways in this epic story of love, romance and betrayal.View More
Ama.“So, the Lays project was actually suggested by me for business continuity. We were brainstorming for strategies to have more leverage in the manufacturing market and I came up with this. We already have a deal with Pepsi who are the primary owners of the Lays brand. It is such a big brand in the US. Now we have to latch on to the brand more to be able to keep our relationship. We already have the Quaker Oats deal because we asked them for it and that is why Quaker Oats is no longer an imported brand. Now is the time to take Lays. This will mean that Lays would be cheaper here in Nigeria and would make more sales, generating revenue for the company. We need to design the product and pitch it to Pepsi for approval and rights.” I said. Once I was done with my speech, there was a roaring thunderous ovation for me. Even the HR manager who looked scornfully at me before was ecstatic. I felt good indeed.
Ama.The meeting went from project to project until it finally got to my turn. The Lays Project. Shawn smiled when he saw it. He had texted me before today that I had to come and defend the project in front of the board. They had approved it but wanted to know if I knew what I was doing. They are very unserious because I was the one who came up with this idea so what more did they want? I however, tried to study what had already been rendered and made slides to display what I was about to say.I stood up and walked over to the front of the conference room and started my presentation. I was looking around at the faces before I started and my eyes landed on Shawn. He gave me a small smile and a nod. I felt more confident as I was feeling nervous before.
Previously...Femi."Wait I actually told the doctor to still do the test with the fetus they removed. I know it's dark sided but I don't want to be beriddled with grief that's not mine to bear. Because I think it's my fault. If I wasn't shagging some girl and actually answered the phone on time maybe they could have saved the baby you know." Tunde said."There was no way that you could have known," I said."How long till the test comes out?" Kola asked."By tomorrow." Tunde said."So calm the fuck down. If the baby is really yours then you can now cry as much as you want but I am sure that the baby isn't yours. That girl is a slimy snake." Kola said.. "As for you, I will call Dad's therapist. You need to get yourself straight after the damn drug use." Kola said."Okay. I don't want dad to know though" Tunde said."He won't know don't worry. Therapists don't snitch on their clients. Even if Dad will definitely know you're seeing the therapist, he won't know why and think it's for your
Femi.Tunde just stood there staring at us but we didn’t waver. We had to intervene. Tunde did not look good in any capacity at all.“Tunde you need to speak.” I said after a while of silence.“Why? Why do you guys think that something is wrong with me?” Tunde said while twitching, even though I doubted it before now I was sure that he was using.“God! Tunde where did you get the drugs from!” Kola yelled, he was not having it. Tunde was getting irritated now.I held Kola’s shoulder. “If you come at him like that he won’t say anything,” I said to him.I looked at Tunde, “The reason why we think you have a problem is this,” I pointed at his appearance,“You’re really insecure about your hairline but your hair is growing out, you never let that happen for anything. You didn’t even wear a cap to cover it. You’re dressed like a homeless person. Shirt not tucked in, tie loose, clothes rumpled. No suit on a Monday morning that’s very unlike you.” I said.“And let’s not forget the uncontrolla
Previously…Femi."Well after all this it seems like I have to get an executive assistant because the work is plenty. I need someone to keep track. This just means that our company is growing day by day and I am proud of everyone and the work they have put into this while I was away. Thank you so much. Speaking of our company growing, it may seem as though we have made enough money for us to raise salaries. You all have done a wonderful job. I will liaise with HR. Expect those emails." I said. Everyone cheered and I liked to see smiles on their faces. They would only be happy to work for us when they are happy with the benefits they get.Once the meeting ended we cornered Tunde in the conference room, just the three of us and I used my phone to shut off the surveillance cameras so that we could effectively speak to our nit wit brother.———-Femi.“Oya what is going on with you, quickly.” Kola said.“I don’t understand why you guys are attacking me like this” Tunde replied. I noticed h
Previously…Ama."Well, what and what did you buy? How many things?" He asked." Oh i bought a whole lot of clothes shoes and bags..." I started to say. I still didn't know what he was driving at and why he was asking all these questions."With only two hundred and fifty thousand?" He said."i dont get. Was it supposed to be more?" I asked him."Of course i was expecting you to use like three million. Did you even buy wigs? enough shoes? designer outfits? I categorically said you should go crazy." he said. I was holding in laughter."Next time tell me how much to spend. You're not even happy that i saved you money." I told him and giggled at the way he was hyperventilating over the fact that i spent little money although in my eyes that money was huge."I won't do that. I gave you a black card. The money in that is literally endless. You can spend as much as you want baby. You will need quality wigs. My friend Akunna sells luxury hairs that have the utmost quality. One wig there is li
Ama.I walked into the board room and it turned out that the executives hadn't even come yet. I looked at the time and saw that it wasn't time for the meeting yet. I sighed. I was too used to being to early to things. One person that was there though that made me happy was Tola my friend. He had been calling and visiting all this while that i was sick and when i was kidnapped he was also there for me. I appreciated him so much."There's my baby girl..." he said with a huge smile on his face when he saw me. He came up to me and hugged me. "I missed you boy." I said."I missed you too pretty girl. Wow you look really good my girl gosh" He gushed over what i was wearing. Femi had given me his debit card to go crazy on and i would have preferred not to but he insisted and i still knew that if i had spent less than what he expected, I knew that Femi would freak out and say that i should start digging his gold. I tried as much as possible to spend as much i could. I went to the most luxury
Femi.It was very strange to see Radike sitting and talking to Kola for the first time in a long time. I thought they were done with each other for good. Radike didn't even want to touch him with a nine inch pole. But now they are doing up best friends."Good morning guys" I said and Kola came up to hug me."How are you bro? Feels like forever since I saw you last," Kola said."I was at the house some days ago man. Sorry, I know you can't live without me." I teased.Kola chuckled. "If I don't deck you right now" he said and eyed me. I laughed."You're not a serious person." I said,I looked past him. "Didi what's up" I asked Radike. She seemed lost in whatever she was looking at."I'm fine. How are you and how is Ama?" She asked."Fine and Great actually, today is her first day as a project manager. I hope it's going well." I said sincerely from my heart. Ama had been hyperventilating for the past week and was frantically reading blog posts about project management. It was funny but c
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