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A True Story by Miss Lincy Gyamfi, CEO, “Love & Relationship Mall” on Facebook

HARD TO FIGHT NAKED…SEASON FOUR
                   EPISODE 15

And wait a minute, I hope that isn’t why you set Jayjay ablaze? To escape paying him for his services. He smartly thought.

Kwame, think what pleases you, you are entitled to it! She rudely replied and hanged up.

Angrily, he called back.

Ohemaa, you are such a wicked soul for convincing me to divorce my precious wife! God will punish you!
And oh! If you think you’ve won, then, you must be masturbating. If you care to know, Shirley has been sending me messages of apology and guess what? I am forgiving her right away! Whether you like it or not, she will once again be my wife! He spoke.

Interesting Kwame! Be ready to let her know that, you set her up. If you want to forgive her, make sure she forgives you too. She threatened back.

Quickly, she dialled Shirley’s number and it rang.

Hello. She answered.

Shirley, this is Ohemaa. I have few confessions to make. She began.

And who says I’m interested? She rudely questioned. And wait a minute, how did you get my contact?

Exactly why I called you. You know what? Kwame is my biological brother and Jayjay is my childhood friend. On my return from the States to visit my brother, I found out he was married to you. I registered my displeasure and he agreed to set you up, in order to earn few dollars from me so.
Quickly, we arranged with Jayjay to lure you into having sex with him. So, the truth is that, Kwame sold your marriage for money. She narrated.

What! Ohemaa! You are evil! So evil! God help me! She screamed.

Shirley, instead of blaming me, blame your ungrateful husband. Ohemaa argued.

Don’t you dare refer to that ungrateful person as my husband! I thought I was married to a human being, but of course, I was mistaken. Thanks Ohemaa, and thanks to the reason why you are telling me this now. God bless you! She responded in tears and dropped the call.

Angrily, she called Kwame.

Shirley, I was just about calling you. He answered.
I’ve pondered over everything that happened, and I am ready to accept you back into my life. Be happy my love, I’ve forgiven you.

Thanks a lot Kwame, but the question you should be asking yourself is, have I also forgiven you for selling me for money? She rhetorically asked.
I thank God for this day, and for whatever reason why you fell out with your sister. If not, I will be here, blaming myself for what was somewhat beyond me. I admit to being weak, but I also know that, in spite of my weakness, I never for once thought of cheating on you until you set Jayjay as a trap for me.
Instead of cursing you, I say, God bless you for making it easy for me to come back to reality. I cheated an innocent blind man and thought of going scot free, but hey, I guess he is my destiny and I must go back to marry him. Kwame, you are never my enemy, but my karma of common sense. God bless you and your money conscious future. She sadly spoke.

In a pool of tears, she rolled her miserable self on the floor of the kiosk she spent the night.

What else could she do than go back to her village to apologise to Manu and her family?

She set off the next day and in about four hours, she arrived.

Her siblings were busy grinding pepper on the stone when she got to the house.

They saw her approaching but pretended as though, they haven’t seen her.

Good evening Nkansah and Dora. She politely greeted.

They raised their heads, turned to each other’s faces and went back to their chores.

Dora, this is Shirley. Can’t you make me out? She asked the eldest.

Madam whoever you call yourself, we are very busy as you can see! If you have anything saying, just go ahead. She disrespected.

Nkansah, where is mummy? Has she gone to the farm? She turned to their last born but he ignored her question.

Unhappily and sadly, she walked away to Manu’s house.

She met Manu’s younger cousin in the compound and he offered her seat.

Please do you care for water? He asked.

No, thanks. Is your cousin home? She inquired.

Yes, he is in the bathroom with his wife. He answered.

His wife? Is Manu married? She asked.

So you don’t know? He’s been married for the past year. He informed.

How? I thought the oath says, I am the only one he can marry. What changed? She thought.

In a minute, Manu walked out with his supposed wife, hand in hand, with a towel, wrapped around his waist as usual.

Jesus! What?????? Shirley screamed out loud and fainted.

To be continued…

*IF THE OATH IS AN EASY WALK OVER, WHY THEN DID SHIRLEY’S FATHER LOOSE HIS LIFE FOR IT?*

*IS IT ADVISABLE FOR SHIRLEY TO MARRY MANU INSTEAD OF GOING BACK TO KWAME?*

Written by Lincy Gyamfi,
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