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Treasure And The Lucky Digger (part 12 – FINAL PART)

“Wey the thief? Wey the thief? Wey the thief?” I shouted to life with sweat streaming down my forehead . Then I was utterly confused seeing Collins and Dayo jumping around the room with turning sticks and another wooden object. “Abeg, where the thief dey now?” I finally yelled at them. “Na the two rats … Continue reading Treasure And The Lucky Digger (part 12 – FINAL PART)

Treasure and the lucky digger (PART 5)

My phone began to burst with calls and romantic text messages from Elizabeth. Each time I saw those texts I would laugh bitterly before deleting them. As for the calls, I kept rejecting them. I was not a type of guy that would insult a girl on phone. On one occasion I didn’t have the … Continue reading Treasure and the lucky digger (PART 5)

Treasure and the lucky digger (PART 4)

She told me that her birthday was six days’ time. I expressed a surprise that the period coincided with the time we met. We couldn’t do without staring at each other (at least in ten seconds interval) when we began to do justice to our food. I wouldn’t have known how to use cutlery if … Continue reading Treasure and the lucky digger (PART 4)

Treasure and the lucky digger (part 3)

SHARON “My roommates prepared it,” he said and sighed, “ and for now, I am single.” “Really?” My heart fluttered with joy, “Hmn. You must be joking. A guy like you. I doubt it.” “I must confess to you,” he said almost in a mournful tone, “ My girlfriend broke up with me long time … Continue reading Treasure and the lucky digger (part 3)

Treasure and the lucky digger (PART 2)

FESTUS This girl must be very friendly. I had to know more about her. But … If I asked her name, won’t she think I was taking advantage of the short discussion between us? Girls really hate when guys take advantage of them. Whichever way, I must take the risk. She might begin to frown … Continue reading Treasure and the lucky digger (PART 2)

Treasure and the lucky Digger (PART 1)

Provided you are a non-writer and a reader who isn’t familiar with this style; this story is narrated in POINT OF VIEW of two main characters – FESTUS and SHARON. FESTUS As much as I tried holding it back, this wicked wind kept seizing the stapled papers from my hold. Our exam was few weeks … Continue reading Treasure and the lucky Digger (PART 1)