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No diggity
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Missing you now: Ep 5 of 5
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Missing you now: Ep 4 of 5
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Missing you now: Ep 3 of 5
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Missing you now: Ep 2 of 5
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Missing you now: Ep 1 of 5
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little brother house: entertainment
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little brother house: food
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little brother house: tasks
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little brother house: nine

No diggity

Why was this visit different from all the others? Suddenly, she was conscious of the looks and glances aimed her way as she walked on by. This had to be the umpteenth time she was parading these walls, this topless terrain of Uniben. So why did she suddenly feel like a goldfish out of water? Maybe because she was, and blast Uncle Mike’s comment!s!

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Missing you now: Ep 2 of 5

He started talking as they exited the hostel and into an equally spirited car park on a typical Saturday campus night, regardless of the examination period. “A lot has happened since the last time we spoke.” He began, a little animated. They strode towards the edge of the wide park, towards the night traders in freshly cooked moimoi and oven-fresh, student-sized loaves, their combined scents waffling in the air; their numerous candles lit up like fireflies lining the fringe of the park. “I have been transferred to another office.” He announced, deep-set eyes twinkling in the semi-darkness. “Hence the handing over.”

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Missing you now: Ep 1 of 5

1998. A New Year’s Day poolside picnic organised by a family friend of hers, Victor, who also happened to be a friend of his. Of the 16 young people present, he was one of the six who was a stranger. During a mandatory introduction by all, his name piqued her interest. Tanorack? Anorak meant coat in French! What kind of name was that?! Later, she’d discover it was a combination of his given and nick names, and surname. It was a thing with him. A name he hoped would stick.

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little brother house: entertainment

Of the nine children, five of them had never been to the beach; the other four had had their fill, spent at least 10 days and night straight at a beach resort, going to bed to the sound of crashing waves and waking up to the same. So off to one of the beaches located in Epe we went on a sunny, encouraging August day. It didn’t stop all of them from screaming uncontrollably once they stood at the shore as waves tumbled towards them.

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