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He did not give up. ‘What about me taking you to know my place? Let me take you home.’
I considered this briefly and decided to concede.
‘Alright. Maybe this Saturday.’
He grinned happily. ‘That’s good, my dear Simi.’
That Saturday, I would be doing morning shift which would end by two p.m. Then, I would have the rest of the day for myself.
‘I’ll come and pick you,’ he said. ‘What time should I come?’
‘Come by four in the afternoon.’
He nodded. ‘I’ll be there.’
On Saturday afternoon, by three, I was already ready for him. I wore jeans trousers and t-shirt and looked modest. I waited for him at the lobby
of the hotel and by quarter to four o’clock, he was around.
‘Wow, you look more beautiful than ever,’ he said, smiling boyishly.
‘Thanks for the compliments.’
‘This way, please.’ He preceded me to the car park. His car was a low-slung jaguar XK. Like a gentleman, he opened the door for me.
His house, surprisingly, was on the same street with Tina’s residence. The difference was it was a mansion that was completely private.
I could see that his parents were very rich the moment he drove inside the compound. There was a long canopy that protected many luxury
cars. The building was grand and the whole environment looked lush.
‘Welcome to my humble home,’ he said, smiling. I knew it was an irony, but I wondered if that statement was necessary. We went to the large
sitting-room that had what looked like Italian furniture. Everything looked exotic.
‘Sit down, princess,’ he said. ‘Henceforth, you’re my princess.’
I smiled without saying a word.
I was left alone in the room. A couple of minutes later, a house maid walked to me.
‘Good evening, madam. Please, what can I offer you?’ she asked.
'Any drinks that does not have alcohol,' I answered. She nodded, left and within a minute was back with a tray containing a cold bottle of red
wine and a glass.
'Thank you,' I mumbled. Tayo soon appeared.
'Esther, get me a glass cup too,' he told the maid.
He came to sit by my side, opened the bottle of wine and poured the drinks for me. The maid brought his glass cup and he filled it up.
We clinked the glasses with a smile permanently dancing on his face.
'I will ask you to tell me more about yourself, but before then, let me set the ball rolling.'
So, he gave me the details about himself. I was all ears.
'Presently,' he concluded. 'I work in one of my father's companies as Accounts Manager. I ought to have moved to my own house, and I will soon
do so. However, I don't want to live there all alone, so I need to marry. I want you to join me there.'
My mind was busy. I realized that my relationship with him was just friendship. Now that Mola was no longer in the picture, why not give Tayo a
'Marriage is a serious matter,' I said. 'I will have to pray about it.'
He nodded. 'It's alright,' he said. 'I'm sure in your prayers, you'll see who the real husband is.'
We chatted a bit more and intermittently take the wine.
'Why not let me take you to my room?' he asked, standing up.
I stood up too. He picked the tray and led me out of the sitting to a short corridor. His room was by the left of the corridor. It was a very big
room with the bathroom and toilet en-suite. Apart from the large bed, there was a chair and a desk with a reading lamp. There was also a leather
double-seaters seat and a glass center table. On the wall by the side of the window was a large flat-screen. He flicked the electronic gadget on.
We sat down and continued with our drinks.
I was there for more than an hour. Tayo surprised me. Throughout my stay in his room, he did not touch me. Now, coming from a guy who
appeared to be 'sophisticated', that was quite un-usual. I finally stood up.
'You've made my day,' he said. 'Thanks for coming.'
'Thanks for the hospitality,' I answered. We left the room back to the sitting where we met a man I suspected was his father.
'Ah, daddy,' Tayo said in eagerness. 'This is Simi, the lady I told you about.'
I knelt down to greet him. 'Good evening, sir.'
'Good evening, Simi,' he answered. 'Good to see you. Omotayo has said a lot about you.'
I smiled coyly. 'Thank you, sir.'
'She has been around for some time,' Tayo explained. 'And now, she's about to go.'
'Oh, I see. I hope you have been properly entertained.'
'Sure, dad,' Tayo answered.
'Good night, sir,' I said.
'Good night. See you again.'
We stepped out of the building to the dimming sunshine.
'I'll take you back,' he said.
I nodded as I didn't expect anything less. He took me back to Comely Hotel.
'You don't need to drive in,' I said. 'I can get down at the gate.'
'Oh, no.' He smiled. 'I will drive you to the front of the main entrance of the building.'
That was what he did.
'Thank you so much,' I said as I alighted from the car.
We waved at each other and he drove off. It was getting to dusk. I moved to the residential building, thinking of a successful outing.
In my room, still in my outing cloth, I lay on the bed and imagined things. I thought of the possibility of marrying Tayo and decided that it was
not a bad idea. There was no doubt that I had to psyche up myself to marriage life. When I said marriage life, I meant the normal one between a
male and a female. It was one reality I could not keep running away from.
There was a soft knock at the door that brought me back to reality. I got up from the bed. That must be Bimpe, I reasoned as I moved to the
door. I opened it and was surprised to find Dr. Shitta, madam's husband at the doorway.
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There was no doubt that I had to psyche up myself to marriage life. When I said marriage life, I meant the normal one between a male and a female. It was one reality I could not keep running away from.
There was a soft knock at the door that brought me back to reality. I got up from the bed. That must be Bimpe, I reasoned as I moved to the door. I opened it and was surprised to find Dr. Shitta, madam's husband at the doorway.
'Good evening, sir,' I greeted in full courtesy.
'Good evening, Simi. How're you?'
'Fine, sir.' I stood at the doorway.
'Can I come in?' he asked.
That was another surprise.
'Yes, sir.' I stepped inside to allow him to come in.
He sat on the only chair in the room while I sat on the bed.
'Maria tells me you're really hard-working,' he said.
'Thank you, sir.'
He stared at me. 'I like it when a young lady like you channels her energy into something very positive. I like it when someone shows dedication and commitment. Keep the good work up.'
'Thank you, sir.'
There was a brief pause and I wondered if his purpose of coming was just to commend my commitment.
'Em, Simi, I have a deal for you.'
That was another surprise. What kind of deal would Doctor Shitta have with me?
'A deal, sir?'
'Yes, a deal. You studied Pharmacy, right?'
I nodded. 'Yes, sir.'
'Good.' He paused briefly again. 'After many years of practicing medicine both here in Nigeria and in England, I want to set up a hospital here in Nigeria, and when it starts, I want you to work there as Assistant Medical Director.'
I was visibly surprised. 'Oh, that's very considerate of you, sir.' Then, I remembered I was under an obligation with his wife.
'But, what about madam, sir? What about the fact that I am already working for her?'
The man grinned and waved his hand dismissively.
'There's absolutely no problem with her. She has totally agreed with me. But don't discuss this with her, yet. When the time comes, she will be the one to bring the matter up for discussion. Just know that it's the plan we have in the offing.'
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