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Re: The Village Girl by Queenxstar(f): 6:03pm On Oct 21, 2014
jaymomma:



Yipeeeee! I'm more excited
Can't wait!

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Re: The Village Girl by Missmossy(f): 6:30pm On Oct 21, 2014
Started from the bottom now am here. Such a captivating story Danwrites,Mma must survive all of these o. Welldone!

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Re: The Village Girl by Frankenstein: 6:43pm On Oct 21, 2014
Wow...
Re: The Village Girl by daveben007: 9:33pm On Oct 21, 2014
DANNNNNNNYYYYYYY


Where is the UPDATES OOOOOO??
Re: The Village Girl by DanWrites(m): 10:10pm On Oct 21, 2014
Mma felt faint.
She'd completely run out of energy. She felt her body shutting down, her hands clasping Vanessa in the air getting numb.

With one last stroke of energy she knocked the syringe off Vanessa.

The piece fell and skidded down the floor.

Mma opened her mouth to scream but the energy to produce words was not there.

Vanessa groaned in the frustration. She picked the pillow and pressed it down on Mma.

Mma struggled underneath.

Vanessa didn't relent. She held on ever so tightly.

But then, at that one glorious second, the door of the ward flew open and Cynthia rushed through.

Dr Hope had called her. She hadn't waited to hear all the doctor had to say. As soon as she mentioned that her friend dropped by the clinic, she threw the phone aside and ran downstairs.

She didn't drive. She picked a taxi in front of their gate. The hospital was not that far from their residence in Ikeja.

Cynthia flew to the bed and pushed Vanessa off Mma.

Vanessa fell to the floor.

She bent over to make sure Mma was fine. Vanessa grabbed her from the back and threw her off.

Cynthia fell away but she regained her stance quick enough and grabbed Vanessa before she could near Mma again.

They entwined, twisting this way and that in ladies' fight.

Vanessa seemed more experienced.

She pulled at Cynthia's hair, earrings and scratched all around her skin with her long nails.

Cynthia cried out.

A nurse attending to a patient in a nearby ward ran in.

'Oh my god!' The slim nurse ran out again, into the silent hallway, screaming 'Doctor!' 'Doctor!'

As if further enraged by the lady's presence, Vanessa pushed Cynthia forward, away from her, and sent her long heel crashing into her belly.

Cynthia let out a loud cry of pain and fell to the floor.
Re: The Village Girl by DanWrites(m): 10:13pm On Oct 21, 2014
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Cynthia writhed this way and that on the floor, clutching her belly.

Vanessa picked the syringe again but this time, she didn't go to Mma.

She walked straight to where Cynthia was squirming in pains on the floor.
'Lemme see if your wedding will be in hell!'

She had leaned over to deliver the injection when the star-producing blow landed on her head.

She slumped to the floor.

'You don't mess with my patients!' Dr Hope dropped the metallic height rod and helped Cynthia up.

She was bleeding.

A nurse guided her away while Dr Hope attended to Mma.
Re: The Village Girl by DanWrites(m): 10:25pm On Oct 21, 2014
A Month Later...

A large beautiful car parked in front of Onyiudo Ekemma's compound.

She lowered her tray of vegetables to the ground and stood up.
She stared at the shiny black vehicle with a tinge of suspicion, as though she was sure they'd lost their way.

A tall handsome man in a fine-tailored suit got down from the driver's side.

A tall slim lady joined him.

The back door opened and another tall but curvier lady joined them.

Onyiudo stared. Everything about the three strangers screamed foreign.

They walked toward her.

Mma took off her dark glasses and called Onyiudo Ekemma Mama.

The knife in Onyiudo Ekemma's hand fell to the floor.

The boy screamed, 'Okwa Nwamma o!' He jumped onto her, paying no care if he soiled her beautiful brown dress.

Mma hugged her small brother again. 'Okey, you have really big o.'

The boy moved in for another hug and she waved a finger at him. 'Mba. Enough is enough.'

'Mama, good evening,' Richard greeted.

'Good evening, Mama,' Cynthia joined.

Onyiudo Ekemma nodded. 'Good evening,' she murmured, still looking lost.

Mma gestured to her brother. 'Oya, rushing and calling me that fat boy you following and playing every time.'

'Izunna.'

'Yes.'

Soon Okechukwu returned with a bigger, taller boy.

One by one, they carried out all the items loaded in the boot of the car.

The rice bags counted six. Four containers of expensive cooking oil. Cartons of Gino, Milo, Peak and St Louis. Uncountable packs of Knorr and other sachet spices.

Onyiudo Ekemma asked Okechukwu and Izunna to bring seats for her visitors.

Even when they'd drove off, she still didn't look quite fully there yet.

She tapped Mma's shoulder. 'Bia, who are they really?'

'Mama that was the man that impregnated me.'

Onyiudo Ekemma's right palm fell over open mouth.

'Yes, Mama.'

'So when is he coming to pay your bride price?'

Mma frowned at her mother. 'He would have but that night you chased me away, I tripped over a root and hit my stomach on the ground.'

'Ekwuzina!'

'Yes, Mama. The baby is gone so no need of him marrying me again.'

Onyiudo Ekemma put her two hands on her head.

Mma opened her handbag and brought out a clean white-colored hand set.

Okechukwu screamed again. 'Foonu! Mama foonu!'

Mma smiled. 'Is not 'f-o-o-n-u', is called blanberry.'

She pressed down a few keys. Something she couldn't read came up on the screen and she quickly pressed the red key.

She knew that one 'ends' everything.

Later that night, Onyiudo Ekemma touched her hair and asked her what she had done to it that made it so long and gentle to touch.

She smiled and told her that it wasn't her hair and that the hair had come from her shop in Lagos.

'Shop?' Onyiudo Ekemma and Okechukwu threw this out at the same time.

'Yes. I having shop in Lagos now. I selling human hair and international human hair.'

'So you are going back to Lagos?'

'Before nko!'




The END

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Re: The Village Girl by labaski(f): 10:30pm On Oct 21, 2014
ds is really awesome..but e pain me say mma no marry richard sha..but it s stl good..tnks Dan..
Re: The Village Girl by jaymomma(f): 10:43pm On Oct 21, 2014
Great ending
Re: The Village Girl by pricelesslove(f): 10:46pm On Oct 21, 2014
what about Vanessa? what about Cynthia?
Re: The Village Girl by daveben007: 10:46pm On Oct 21, 2014
DAN....... YOU ARE THE FUTURE..... A STAR WRITER n AUTHOR....


So much lessons to learn....

Ofcourse MMA need not marry Richard...love the morals n respect in that...."A man cannot marry two women"

Finally, the village girl survives and now she has a bright future.

Cynthia....Now honourable. I guess change is CONSTANT.

So much Drama......

This work deserves so much PRAISE!!!!
Re: The Village Girl by seunviju(f): 10:53pm On Oct 21, 2014
I can't stop lavin @ Mma English but where this story ends nawa o.You did a great work so far.You are blessed with more wisdom in Jesus name.Welldone sir
Re: The Village Girl by DanWrites(m): 10:58pm On Oct 21, 2014
labaski:
ds is really awesome..but e pain me say mma no marry richard sha..but it s stl good..tnks Dan..
Thanks too, Labaski.
Re: The Village Girl by DanWrites(m): 10:58pm On Oct 21, 2014
jaymomma:
Great ending
Thanks!!!
Re: The Village Girl by DanWrites(m): 10:59pm On Oct 21, 2014
pricelesslove:
what about Vanessa? what about Cynthia?
Re: The Village Girl by DanWrites(m): 10:59pm On Oct 21, 2014
daveben007:
DAN....... YOU ARE THE FUTURE..... A STAR WRITER n AUTHOR....


So much lessons to learn....

Ofcourse MMA need not marry Richard...love the morals n respect in that...."A man cannot marry two women"

Finally, the village girl survives and now she has a bright future.

Cynthia....Now honourable. I guess change is CONSTANT.

So much Drama......

This work deserves so much PRAISE!!!!
Thanks, Dave.
Re: The Village Girl by DanWrites(m): 11:00pm On Oct 21, 2014
seunviju:
I can't stop lavin @ Mma English but where this story ends nawa o.You did a great work so far.You are blessed with more wisdom in Jesus name.Welldone sir
Amen!!
Re: The Village Girl by manuel80(m): 11:05pm On Oct 21, 2014
blanberry grin grin
Re: The Village Girl by teamplayey: 11:16pm On Oct 21, 2014
Thanks, DanWrites.
Me thinking maybe in future, there's room for a sequel #just thinking.
U married?
Re: The Village Girl by Nobody: 11:18pm On Oct 21, 2014
;DNice story..... Thanking u for ending d storying dat way. But wait o..... Which tym blanberry foonu come out again? Shebi na blackberry phone we get 4 Nigeria ;DNice story..... Thanking u for ending d storying dat way. But wait o..... Which tym blanberry foonu come out again? Shebi na blackberry phone we get 4 Nigeria
Re: The Village Girl by Niwdog(m): 11:20pm On Oct 21, 2014
Wht a gr8t finishing.i believing vanessa will be roughting in jail..THANKS DANWRIte
Re: The Village Girl by DanWrites(m): 11:23pm On Oct 21, 2014
manuel80:
blanberry grin grin
grin grin
Re: The Village Girl by DanWrites(m): 11:24pm On Oct 21, 2014
teamplayey:
Thanks, DanWrites.
Me thinking maybe in future, there's room for a sequel #just thinking.
U married?
Quite possible.
No, not married yet.
Re: The Village Girl by Trypa(f): 11:24pm On Oct 21, 2014
Dan u would have seen wat I. Would have done to u welldone dear more grease to ur elbow
Re: The Village Girl by DanWrites(m): 11:25pm On Oct 21, 2014
adeh39:
grin Nice story..... Thanking u for ending d storying dat way. But wait o..... Which tym blanberry foonu come out again? Shebi na blackberry phone we get 4 Nigeria grin Nice story..... Thanking u for ending d storying dat way. But wait o..... Which tym blanberry foonu come out again? Shebi na blackberry phone we get 4 Nigeria
Hhahahah, ask Mma o!
Re: The Village Girl by DanWrites(m): 11:26pm On Oct 21, 2014
Niwdog:
Wht a gr8t finishing.i believing vanessa will be roughting in jail..THANKS DANWRIte
Thanks too, Niwdog.
Re: The Village Girl by DanWrites(m): 11:26pm On Oct 21, 2014
Trypa:
Dan u would have seen wat I. Would have done to u welldone dear more grease to ur elbow
So I'm safe! *shoki!
Re: The Village Girl by Trypa(f): 11:29pm On Oct 21, 2014
DanWrites:

So I'm safe! *shoki!


U are indeed uya dance ur shoki covering my eyes n bending my waist
Re: The Village Girl by DanWrites(m): 11:30pm On Oct 21, 2014
Trypa:



U are indeed uya dance ur shoki covering my eyes n bending my waist
cheesy cheesy
Re: The Village Girl by igeog(m): 12:22am On Oct 22, 2014
Great work... THUMBS UP Bro.
Re: The Village Girl by Nobody: 12:40am On Oct 22, 2014
Good work......kudos
Re: The Village Girl by morgann(f): 4:03am On Oct 22, 2014
it b like say they want start to dey sell foodstuffs for that house........... chia see lie wen mma lie I thought u were gonna let her tell her mom she was joking no

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