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DEPUTY GIRLFRIEND ML SPECIAL THE BOOK CLUB TRUE LIE STORY

Now The Day Is (Almost) Over (Deputy Girlfriend)

When I got back to the house, my two gossiping neighbors were nowhere to be seen. So also was whatever little respect I had for them.
This is not over. Instead, the battle line has just been drawn. I don’t know how I would get one over them, but I know I must get my pound of flesh.

DEPUTY GIRLFRIEND ML SPECIAL THE BOOK CLUB TRUE LIE STORY

It Is Church. Why The Rush? (Deputy Girlfriend)

With all traces of sleep out of my eyes, I turned to face the wall. It was either that or I get out of the room. Tomi thinks she is still a skinny kid. She doesn’t know her body is now a serious temptation.
I really didn’t think this squatting arrangement through.

ML SPECIAL THE BOOK CLUB THE WOMEN I LOVE TRUE LIE STORY

Ọmọ Pastor: Club Day (The Women I Love)

Until this day, I am still not sure why I ran downstairs. It is not as if I had spoken to her before.
Until today, I had only seen her twice. Once at the church when her family was introduced to the congregation, and the second time was when she, her mum, and her siblings visited my house.

DEPUTY GIRLFRIEND ML SPECIAL THE BOOK CLUB TRUE LIE STORY

A Time For Everything (Deputy Girlfriend)

I have considered giving Tomi some money to go out on Sunday. Having Tomi around during our personal time is one Hannah won’t find comfortable.
If only her boyfriend was in Lagos. Maybe I should hook her up with one of these guys that have been disturbing me for her number.

ML SPECIAL THE BOOK CLUB THE WOMEN I LOVE TRUE LIE STORY

Ọmọ Pastor: Big Ballers (The Women I Love)

Every Friday, after school hours, my friends were engaged in something called “The Big Ballers League”.
It involved students from my school and a few schools around. They met at a football field and have their respective teams engage in a league format competition.

ALICE IN NAIJALAND ML SPECIAL THE BOOK CLUB TRUE LIE STORY

Dining With The Nigerian Devil (Alice In Naijaland)

I will not liken Nigeria’s ruling class to the devil. He must be wondering where they got their own heartlessness from.
Either way, if you must go dining with the Nigerian devil, don’t do it from Nigeria.
Or at least, get out of the devil’s lodge and dining table before you start fighting him.

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