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'THE SYSTEM'- Part 2 by youngProphetvz: 8:16pm On Jul 27, 2017
PART TWO

Inside the large hall, many students crowded in the frontal part of the hall. Sola held his breath as he peeped inside, all of the students were in their final years. Sola could recognize most of them, some of them were in his class, others in Ade class, and others in class 'B'.

"But what are they doing here," Sola asked Ade who angrily quieted him, whispering to him to keep calm and just watch.

Inside, there were about 40 or so students in groups of two, three, four....up to seven, all were in their pyjamas and slippers and were discussing freely among themselves. Some of them were holding phones and most of the students were busy on the phones, Sola wondered why.

After almost ten minutes, a tall, dark, handsome young guy stood up from among them and stood on one of the eating tables. Sola could recognize the guy, He was Daniel popularly known as 'D loaded. He was one of the 'big guys' in school. He was extremely social and popular among girls, he was also the social prefect. After a few appeals for silence, the hall became quiet. He then began to speak:

"Welcome to all of you, and to all those who kept us waiting, it is not funny_ Firstly the issue of our due: today was the day we all agreed on, as the ultimatum for the payment. Up till now, only few people had met me as regards the money. See guys we are mature, we all want this to go as smooth as possible so why the shit now. We have exhausted the fund already on ground and we still have a lot to do: We are yet to settle some of our invigilators; we have not yet completed the supervisor due, and our sources online are becoming impatient also....."

The talk went on for some time after which the student began to deliberate among themselves. The session almost turned rowdy sometimes, as everyone seemed to be speaking at the same time but D.loaded was always quick to restore order. After about fifteen minutes, they reached a compromise, the ultimatum was extended to the weekend and they all agreed that any one still owing by then would sent away. D loaded then continued his speech.

"See guys, we have to be more careful, the shit wey some of you dey cause no do, no do. During economics paper two days ago, two of you were caught almost implicating all of us. Wetin gan self, if you know say you be small pikin wey no fit do the parole, abeg no be by force". At this the students burst in laughter.

Wale bowed his head in shame. He was one of the two students who had been caught with sheet of paper covered with prepared answers in the very act.

It was no other person than Mr. Adeyokunun: the rigid, conservative, English language teacher. He was a short, heavily built, light complexioned middle aged man, he was also the H.O.D of arts and languages. He was popularly know among the student as 'vigilante'. He was a man known not to condole any form of rascality, indiscipline, malpractice, hooliganism, indecency, truancy; to say the least. The students dread him... lets say the 'bad boys' dread him. He had seen to the expulsion and suspension of many bad goons in the school history as he also doubles as the school disciplinary committee.

Sola attention later shifted to the two students he had seen earlier- Wale and Tunde. Tunde was holding a phone, and Wale a pen and paper, Sola wondered why? The meeting continued although it was becoming more rowdy and D loaded was having a hard time controlling the students.

However, at an impulse in the midst of the noise, a voice stood out shouting 'Package ti jade' (the package has come out). The students left their discussion and began to cluster in groups, quite hurriedly. Those who have no phones crowded around those that do have. Wale and Tunde were not left out, Tunde had an infinite hot note 2 with him and many other students had crowded him and Wale. Of course phones were banned in the boarding school but the big boys know how to manoeuvre their ways.

The proceedings of the next minutes were a busy one for the students. The noise had gone considerably down, just whispering and rumbling of papers. Sola by then understood why Wale and most of the students were holding pen and paper. All of the students had brought out their pens and papers and had begun to scribble 'things' down.

At that point, Ade signalled to Sola for them to depart. On their way back, Ade mocked Sola by asking him if knew where Wale and Tunde were going.

"So Mr. JJC, do you now know where those boys were going?"

Deliberately ignoring his friend mock Sola said "But Ade it is rather surprising, I mean shocking....."

Interrupting, Ade shocked him further "Hmm? that is just one group, there are other groups."

"You don't mean it."

"Yeah I do, anyway let us be quick before they meet up with us."

"all is well."

The two boys went back to the classroom to continue their reading. Two of the three students they left behind were fast asleep while the other was battling with sleep

*Note, Part three will be published 8.10pm tomorrow by God's grace.......please share and like

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