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Xclusive STORY...{MY JOURNEY ....Part2}


In continuation of MY JOURNEY, we should see what happened after I finished it and said there was sad news for me…  

Well straight to the point and straight to it, I was told by my father and eldest sister {names withheld} that my Kid Sis {name withheld} was going to go along with us… . 

You interesting parcel, you perusing this and you not asking me what date this happened, when it happened, the interim's and co? 

Wow let me tell you a little, PART 1 HAPPENED BETWEEN LAST-WEEK SUNDAY AND YESTERDAY. 

CHECK THE DATE OF PUBLISHING THIS ARTICLE AND DO THE REST YOURSELF… .. Hey, don't get furious with me for approaching you to do that part for me and yourself. 

BACK TO THE WRITE-UP. 

I got a call from Eldest Sister letting me know about my Kid Sisters impending {SURPRISE} visit and that is the awful news for frankly its a genuine incredible and favored news for I haven't seen her in right around 1 year, yet the terrible piece of it was the part when, I and my father examined about her nearing and we came to an understanding that I needed to backtrack and stay with her, so she gets the opportunity to be with somebody at home, or that I'll need to sit tight for her to arrive and we'll need to make it to BENIN together by open transport…  

Did I simply say this? Alright, yes I did… … . Well they say blood is thicker than water and what other approach to demonstrate that affection to your sibs, most particularly when you need to take care of and attend to for your more youthful one… . 

I backtracked, sat tight for my Kid Sis to arrive so we live for BENIN together. 

DID YOU READ PART 1? READ IT HERE
OK as said before, dropped my things and took off to chill off and sit tight for her… . To facilitate the anxiety for myself I made a beeline for the bistro…  {Dad's} to mellow out and kill time, not long after I got my father's call inquiring as to whether my Kid Sis had gotten to the house? Well the long story went short as I sat tight for her to come, soon she arrived and I took off to go get her so we head home, and off to BENIN. 

It wasn't a simple undertaking doh, as its been long she came around and I needed to relax demonstrating her around when I picked her from a MARKET near to the house…  now you believe the Nigerian transport framework to dependably give you a few issues when you wouldn't dare hoping anymore to, soon we were set for the park however this time, with the assistance of the KEKE {TRICYCLE} driver that brought her from the region where she dropped when she got into ANAMBRA State. 

Child enough she and I were at the transport park were we needed to board a transport taking off straight to BENIN, well to make it all simple for you and all included to get the essence well and legitimately, we got down and might you be able to accept that the KEKE man asked that we give him an astounding N2500 (Two Thousand Five Hundred Naira) for the trip, before I could say a word my Kid Sis remained in for this and needed to manage it the woman way 'WHEN DEM GO SHOW YOU SAY NOTHING IS POSSIBLE IF THERE WASN'T THE WORD IMPOSSIBLE', soon before I comprehended what was going on the man was all grins as we wound up giving the driver only N1300 (One Thousand Three Hundred Naira) in addition to the 100 NAIRA he was owing my sis…  

My kin abeg make una no vex for me here o, similar to play like play we made a beeline to get the following accessible transport to BENIN, however we needed to cut it off at the typical ASABA, yet my slip-up this time the transport we entered had the conductor charging I and my sister and a little box an entire 300 Naira, importance the little box was paid for like it was human, this I didn't take gently as I was already aware so well that the economy wasn't grinning at anybody and paying that much was going to make it all distinctive to arrange… . As the colloquialism goes, you see what you don't expect…

Hmmmmmm, we got in, I had a go at playing the conductor and driver shrewd and pleasantly to overlook the crate reasonable, however the driver wouldn't enter my one chance and he got hostile with I and my sis, saying {u and dis ya sister dey INSULT person O}, na here my head diffuse as I reason the fellow say, I talk little, him no gree sotey him say I dey INSULT am, say if na like that {guy if na dat one now, me and you go SCATTER this spot now now} shockingly the driver {A SMALL BOY} called me a LITTLE KID… . Chai {at my age}, well I no blame the gentleman sha, na in light of the fact that I cut my beards and all, now having my typical chubby/baby face. 

Well my kid Sis went up against it herself to safeguard me once more, which I finished quickly by simply giving the SMALL BOY DRIVER 50 Naira for his services, after some elders and passengers asked that i DIE THE MATTER and soon we saw a moving bus going to BENIN and from that minute all I recalled was I and my kid Sis in a bus making a beeline for BENIN, we rested off while the bus moved and the downpour walked vigorously on our bus so hard I could hear the splatter of raindrops on my side off the bus while sleeping. 

At around 3pm or there about, my father's ring woke me asking where we were, I got him educated as to were we were, he finished the call and I proceeded with my rest, soon the transport ceased once more, and by now I was feeling hungry yet horrible things beset my eye to purchase aside from corn and some short looking banana which I and my sister didn't care for, so we needed to manage with the corn… … .. 2 for 50 Naira, I purchased that of 200 and sufficiently clever there was no pear or coconut to eat it with. We had this and soon we were in BENIN. 


READ PART THREE HERE: PART 3
We Ventured down at the famous RAMAT PARK got a taxi and made a beeline to meet my father,/cousin and uncle… .and as God could have it, got stopped into an INN promptly as we arrived by my cousin in order to spruce up first before going to meet my father and uncle (DAD'S BROTHER/RICHI'S DAD). 

Lets proceed with the last and final part after am certain you more likely than not processed this part and the first…  

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56 comments:

  1. so na benin u run go live us for awka abi? we dey wait for u.... dat ur kid sis na fire o..

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  2. omo u got me reading all through from the first part to this one, great article you just delivered lex, more of this pleas.... now i will be waiting for the part 3 and more...

    kudos to u,, and abeg help me gree yur kid sis, mk she reduce d ginger o.....lwtmb

    tunji, ikotun..

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  3. You got me to read it until the end. Very vivid description of the sequence of events. A memorable tale to be told many times.

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  4. Your post makes a nice read and your Storytelling is incredible. It grabbed my attention throughout the post!

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    1. am glad you enjoyed reading it all through, and thanks for the compliments.

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  5. Nicely written. I had to read the part one first in order to continue this particularly interesting story you've shared:)

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    1. thank you Lance. and hope you will be back to read more.

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  6. Lovely story. I had to first understand and go to the first part and then I was hooked. Waiting for the next one.

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    1. thanks Ami... the last part is available also, check the part 3 in the post.

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  7. reading this posts is like sitting next to you and while sipping our ordered cappuccino. Very vivid!

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    1. hahaha, you got me wishing the same. thanks all the same.

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  8. Haha, is is bad that I giggled when the driver called you a little kid? Maybe you need to wear a beard for these journeys. Fun and interesting write-up :)

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    1. Lol, no its not bad, and for the beards...? I will think through it.

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  9. Oh fun story, Was just in Kenya not long ago, Africa Africa, you always come out of there with tons of stories!

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    1. Yes Thuymi... blessed with rich stories to soothe the soul and spirit. Thanks for stopping by.

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  10. Interesting story, I think you like to add a little drama to your story in the way the text is presented which makes the story telling more efficient. A good way to captivate your readers. Great adventures in Nigeria.

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    1. Yes Sheri, sure I need my readers glued to their seats while they read through. Am glad you enjoyed the story.

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  11. I think this story is a pleasant experience. I enjoyed reading your article, there are many interesting things that you write here.

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    1. Yes, a pleasant experience it was for me. And yes there are loads of interesting posts here, please do come again.

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  12. Fantastic and gripping narrative, you have the reader glued to your every word and experience every emotion.

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    1. That's the spirit Voyager, the reader is my major concern, their joy and happiness while reading it all motivates me for more.

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  13. Fun Story and great way of narrating. Couldnot just move my eyes out till the end. Would definitely love to read more stories like this one :) Thanks for sharing!

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    1. You welcome Rashmi... If you like the post,am happy them.

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  14. That sounds like quite an adventure! I bet you and your little sister had fun together even with the mishaps. Traveling with a loved one is like that. And how funny that the driver called you a little kid!

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    1. Quite an adventure Traveleeette and yes its quite funny I was called a kid.

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  15. This is an amazing read. I had read part 1 before but you got me re reading it all over again and then read this one. Your writings are always amazing. It creates a visual in my mind.

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    1. Aww!!! The visuals been created is a thing of joy for me... thank you for reading through.

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  16. Nice story though it was a bit complicated for me to follow due to your style writing. In any case, good job!

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  17. Such a great story! I had to go back to the first part ot understand everything, but as soon as I read, it was such awesome. Definitely, I was hooked!

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    1. The first part truly brings the magic into it all... hahahahah, thanks for stopping by.

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  18. Great story, both parts. Waiting for number 3. Keep up the good work my friend. See you soon :)

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    1. Thanks Jane. 3 is up and running. Pls do read.

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  19. What a great story, you've definitely have amazing storytelling skills. I read from part one, now I'll be heading to read the third part :)

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  20. Omg im hooked, i loved, your writing is also amazing. x

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  21. This is like a three part saga and there is nothing I like more than reading a good story with a cup of tea!

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    1. hahahah Tania, now thats more like it. read through as long as you enjoy the story.

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  22. You're a great writer! What a fun and intriguing story!

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    1. thanks for the complmnts MrsMeganLeigh. sure yes it was fun.

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  23. Oh wow, it's unfortunate that you ran into a situation with the driver. I hope the bus ride in the rain wasn't too bad.

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  24. You tell it as if we're all there with you experiencing everything. Sorry about that bad experience with the driver, they're everywhere. At least you were able to meet up and go to Benin safely with your sister.

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  25. What a dramatic story! I kept reading, waiting to see what would happen next!

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    1. The fact you kept reading is joy to me, read up the last part if you can.

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  26. I found it hard to read but kept going to the end. Glad you got to Benin safely.

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    1. Hard? Please can you share your experience so I can make corrections based on it.

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  27. When you are writing like this it helps to go deeper and kind of live it or at least feel it. It's all about the details to create that feeling. It's just like in a real novel. Good job!

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  28. What a gripping story. Hope it wasn't too stressful when the driver was hostile with you and your sister.

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  29. Well narrated story. Made me stick until th3 last part. You also gave back the memories of Africa to me.

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  30. What a great and vivid description that kept me reading to the end!

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