Ikeagu had met Nnenna more than six times, before he met her again. This time it was Nnenna who had come to see him in the beautiful hut king Nzekwe gave him. Dimgba and the other chiefs had warned the king not to treat Ikeagu with arms opened wide. Ikeagu who was filing his knife … Continue reading The Legacy of Deceit – CHAPTER FOUR
At about 4:am the following day, the king sent for Dimgba and the other chiefs. He couldn’t sleep that night because he believed Ikeagu’s returning was the ghost of Omenike at work. Dimgba arrived with the other elders, and sat down facing the king who was already sited. Dimgba knew that he was going to … Continue reading The Legacy of Deceit – CHAPTER THREE
Ikeagu who had spent three days on his journey, stood on the clay road that led to Umuagu. The last time he was in village was when he was five years old. This was the same road his mother had ran carrying him by midnight to meet Nweze at Etiti. He walked wearily until … Continue reading The Legacy of Deceit – CHAPTER TWO
This is an excerpt from one of my novels – a work in progress.