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THE PASTOR’S WIFE- EPISODE 10

Click here for Episode 9 Mary became quiet immediately she set her eyes on Nike. She stared long and hard at her. The three women moved from the entrance towards the center of the living room. The chairs were upturned, the dining table broken, the sofa torn open with pieces of foams littered on the …

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THE PASTOR’S WIFE EPISODE 8

Click here to read Episode 7 The ride back home was quiet. Words were too heavy to spill and all Nike wanted to do was slide under the blanket and never get out of bed again. She missed Lagos and her law firm. She wished she was back at the office poring over law journals …

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THE PASTOR’S WIFE- EPISODE 7

  Click here for Episode 6 The third time he hit the chisel on the door, a chunk of wood fell off. He pushed again, this time with all his strength and the door opened. Ronke was standing behind the curtain but it was too transparent to cover her properly. You could easily see her …

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THE PASTOR’S WIFE- EPISODE 6

Click here to read Episode 5 The first thing Nike noticed when she stood in front of the Pastor’s lodge was that it had no fence. That bothered her greatly. She remembered that two months after the death of her father, her uncles led by her father’s eldest sister, Iya Ilorin, pushed them out of …

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THE PASTOR’S WIFE- EPISODE 3

Click here to read Episode 2. When David would still not respond, Nike left the room for the kitchen to see what she could prepare for him. Maybe after a meal of semovita and egusi soup, he would finally open up for a talk just as they always did. One of the blessings of her …

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THE PASTOR’S WIFE- EPISODE 2.

Click here for episode 1 Nike came out of the courtroom that Friday afternoon, angry. She had prepared her reply brief so well but in court she had been so distracted and had blabbed so much that the judge stared at her, irritated. When she sat down, Gbemi, her colleague who had appeared with her, …

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