Your favorite girl is back with a new title, Ifunaya Martina Nwokedi, IJGB. You read that right. I have finally travelled outside this country and I’m sure you know that it means I am no longer your mate because my full baby girl mode has been activated.
It was footsteps of someone walking down the corridor. The footsteps quickened as the person came nearer. It was as if whoever it was was on a mission to catch us. I picked up my robe and quickly wore it as Babatunde wore his pants. (more…)
I quickly ran up the stairs and forced my door open. I walked in and sat on my bed. There was no time to think, I had to do something and fast. Since Sophie and Demilade were out, the coast was clear to seduce Babatunde, but how was I going to do it? It’s not like the man and I were friends so seducing him wouldn’t be that easy. (more…)
Demilade was standing just outside the door. We all froze on the spot as he looked from one person to the other. (more…)
The bed was legit shaking and Sophie was moaning so loudly that if the room wasn’t sound proof, the whole house would have heard her reaching orgasm. I stood at the door and stared at Sophie and her lover for a few seconds. (more…)
“Can I come in?” He asked me.
I was standing in front of my room door and preventing him from entering. I looked at him from head to toe with mockery in my eyes.
“You want to finally throw my things out?” I asked him.
“Oh please, of what use would that be? I just want to talk.”
I rang the bell at the gate a few times before someone finally came to open the gate. I was about to walk in when the security guard walked out and shut the gate behind him. I was confused, is it that he didn’t recognize me? I highly doubted it because he was the same person that opened the gate for me the previous night. So what was his problem now? (more…)
“No no, it’s fine, I just didn’t think Fowi was going to start hanging out with someone like Naya.” He said.
“Someone like Naya?” Fowi gave a puzzled look.
“Well, someone who is way out of your league, you know class and all.” Lade said. (more…)
“Lade’s mother is a very good woman sha, God bless her.” I said.
“Who told you my brother’s name?” She turned and asked me.
Ghen ghen, I don enter, my mother had once said that my basket mouth will land me in trouble one day and now, the day had come.
Where will I start the explanation from biko? What will I say? (more…)
The journey to the office was a short one because the roads were as free as air. Till today, I don’t understand how there is hardly any traffic on the roads in Abuja. I mean look at Lagos, there’s always traffic, almost every time and most of the time, it’s because one mumu refused to wait for his turn to move, he will now chuk head inside road and cause hold up. So is it that there were no impatient people in Abuja or what exactly? I digress. (more…)