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The House Girl – Part Six


Chinwe Ebuka was shocked when she opened her Abuja apartment door at 9:30pm that Monday night to find her niece standing there, unkempt.  She opened the door wider to let her in, her thoughts racing as she wondered what could have happened to her.

“What happened to you, Chinyere?” she asked, helping her with her things, which were drenched from the summer rain.

But Chinyere’s eyes were dark and spacey.  She had barely walked two feet into the apartment when her legs gave way and she collapsed.

Immediately, Chinwe rushed to her and laid her flat on her back, shaking her to see if she would wake up.  She called her name severally, before she finally came to.  Chinwe hurried to get some water and raised Chinyere up slightly to give her some to drink.  After this, Chinyere was supported to lie down on the sofa, while Chinwe went to warm some food for her.  She also contacted her parents to let them know that Chinyere had come to her home, and to find out if they knew why.

Mr and Mrs Chukwuma were clueless as to why Chinyere would have left Mr and Mrs Peterson’s home…

Read more at https://blog.ufuomaee.org/the-house-girl-part-six

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RELEASE DATE: 08/08/18

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