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AYANFE (BELOVED)- EPISODE 8

Read Episode 7  Philip folded the last of his clothes into a black box and shut it. He had made up his mind. Kingdom Christian Centre was not his church. They’d been instrumental in bringing him to Christ but his time there was up. He pulled the box out of the room just as Seun came home from work. Seun looked at him, surprised. “What’s going on here?’ Philip’s heart dampened at the look of...

AYANFE (BELOVED)- EPISODE 7

Click to read Episode 1 Ibidun strode into the arrivals expecting to see Silas. He was nowhere to be found. She looked around the empty hall, hoping he’d spring out of a corner. Disappointed, she called his phone. It was switched off. Where for goodness sake was Silas? Ibidun stood outside the airport, boiling with anger. The few passengers exited the airport and headed for the car park, The...

AYANFE (BELOVED)- EPISODE 5

Click to read Ayanfe Episode 4 Philip sat on the floor of the living room with a bible opened on his laps. Since he woke up at 4a.m, he’d been reading the epistles of Paul and making notes of scriptures that spoke to his heart. The accident was a blessing as far as he was concerned. He had not only met Seun, he met Jesus too. He remembered that morning as if it happened yesterday. A lady had...

IS HE THE ONE? A SHORT STORY

Last week, I woke up with a feeling that something great was going to happen to me. I mean I couldn’t exactly place what it was going to be. I was just happy. When I got to work, my boss called me into his office. ‘I want you to represent me at the CBS Business Summit. I won’t be able to attend because I have a meeting with one of our biggest clients.’ I was really excited. Me...

THE DIARY OF A NIGERIAN CHRISTIAN GIRL-SEASON 1 EPISODE 17

Click here to read Episode 1                 Episode 16 I resigned from Pavilion Travel Agency. The night before that happened, I couldn’t sleep until 4a.m. The head of Zion Teens had called earlier with a very depressing news. ‘Yemisi, we are happy that you have decided to serve with us but I must let you know that until you are done with the stipulated trainings and workshops, you’ll only be...

THE DIARY OF A NIGERIAN CHRISTIAN GIRL- SEASON 1 EPISODE 15

Click here to read Episode 14 This is the diary of a Nigerian Christian Girl- Season 1 Episode 15 It was almost 6p.m when I got to Abigail’s house. You won’t believe that from the time I left Simeon’s house to my friend’s place, Festus called me three times. I really tried not to get pissed. The guy didn’t have anything interesting to say. The conversation went in this order; ‘Are you at your...

THE DIARY OF NIGERIAN CHRISTIAN GIRL- EPISODE 18

Click to read Episode 17 This is the diary of a Nigerian Christian Girl- Season 1 Episode 18 *********** The meeting with my Cornerstone College students was awesome! It went far better than I expected. Come to think of it, a week before the meeting, I didn’t have the balance payment for the hall we were to use. We had only sorted out drinks and snacks.  Every time I went into my place of prayer...

THE DIARY OF A NIGERIAN CHRISTIAN GIRL- SEASON 1 EPISODE 13

Click to read Episode 12 This is the diary of a Nigerian Christian Girl- Season 1 Episode 13 *************** My mind went numb the moment I stepped into the M.D’s office. This was my second time in his office. The first was the week I resumed work at Pavilion and Jide had to introduce the new employees to him. My eyes widened with fear when I saw it was the M.D’s wife sitting on his chair. The...

THE DIARY OF A NIGERIAN CHRISTIAN GIRL- S1E5

Click here to read Episode 4 This is the diary of a Nigerian Christian Girl. Season 1 Episode 5 *********** I love working with Taiwo. We became buddies the first week I resumed at Pavilion. I’d been a little disturbed when I discovered I was to work in the marketing department. I didn’t like the fact that I had to be looking for clients up and down. Taiwo assured me that I would get a hang of it...

BEFORE WE GOT MARRIED- EPISODE 3

Click to read Episode 2 Femi opened his eyes, squinting at the light that shone from the ceiling above. For one moment, he forgot where he was. His eyes stopped at a man snoring beside him. He jerked backwards. Who is this? He rubbed his sleepy eyes and peered closer at the man. Rotimi. ‘What’s Rotimi doing-’ ‘Oh.’ he sighed, suddenly remembering he was in his mother’s village for her burial. He...

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