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Must Read: My Life On Campus… Part 62

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I looked at my Iphone, which was on the seat, hurriedly transfered the cheque inside my pocket, then frowned my face like an apprentice sent on a non-profit errand and fixed my eyes on him. He smiled, I smiled, then he zoomed on.

“What’s the meaning of that Kunle?” I boldly asked.

“Look behind you.” He said.

I looked quickly and saw a dead dog on the road, exactly the spot we left. “You killed that dog?” I inquisitively asked.

“Yes but not on purpose.”


Thank goodness my thought was absolutely wrong. I opened the pack of the phone, brought out the phone and laid it to rest in my pocket. I rather lose my life than lose this phone, I almost said.

Finally, we got to the campus gate. As usual, the school security men were at the gate searching and issuing car permit to the drivers. Our car was next to be checked, a security man walked closer, then knocked on the back window of the car to be slided down becuase it was tinted. As Kunle dialogued with the security man, I realised it was Mr Okanlawon, so I quickly instructed Kunle to slide the window down. He did.

Mr Okanlawon was amazed, he opened his mouth wide with no words coming out. “Mr Okanlawon, how are you sir?” I greeted, posing like the owner of the jeep.

“Sir? I’m fine sir.” He replied.

What a transformation, I was addressed ‘sir’ because I sat in a jeep? God be praised.

“Can we go?”

“Yes sir.” He replied and gave Kunle the car permit.

Kunle drove on and I quickly looked behind to check Mr Okanlawon’s expression. He was flabbergasted, he fixed his eyes on the jeep till its perspective vanished. I was so happy to have hyped myself before him.

I directed Kunle to my hall as he drove on. We got to my hall and I alighted. “Thank you so much bro.” I said.

“Ok, later.” He replied and zoomed off.

I walked through the stairs up to my room. Everywhere was scanty, students had locked themselves in their rooms reading while some had gone to the library. It was 4:53 P.M. I hastened my steps to my room, searched all around for my bag, only to find out that I misplaced it in the bush.

I felt forlorn but quickly dismissed the feeling. I picked up some textbooks, picked my old bag and inserted them in it. I rushed out of the room, headed straight to the library to read.

I walked briskly like a student late for an examination, swinging my hands like a soldier. I saw from afar two love birds, they were cuddling and fondling on the street. I walked faster to have a clearer view, I got closer but slowed my pace not to distract their fun. The guy threw his left hand around the girls waist, while the girl placed her right hand on the guy’s neck. I actually got carried away by these duo. They giggled at intervals which got my brain to recall the sweet times Kofo and I shared.

As the girl wiggled her behind, the guy’s hand shifted its position. I cleared my throat loud enough for the guy to hear, signalling him to transfer his hand from the girl’s fanny to its previous position; was it my business? Capital no.

They slowly turned around and we were all bolted from the blue. “Kofo?” I said, shocked.

“Hmm hmm?” She sounded and hissed.

“You and this guy?” I said, still surprised. “Again?”

She snubbed me. “David, please let’s go.” She said, returned her hand on his neck and they walked on.

I followed closely. “Kofo, so this is it shey?” I said. “You left me for this dude.”

“Hey Mr, get the hell out of here.” David said without looking at me. “Take a hike.”

I was destabilized, I couldn’t think straight at that moment because I truly loved Kofo. I can’t let you ruin my life, I have exams to prepare for, I said to myself as I diverted my way from them.

I got to the library, walked to the bag-stand to drop my bag because bags weren’t allowed into the reading room; the librarians found out that students sneak the library books in their bags away.

I picked the book I was to read, brought out the cheque and my phone from my pocket, placed the cheque in between a book and the phone in my bag, then I strolled to the reading room.

At least I have something to be happy about, five hundred thousand naira and a new phone, so Kofo could hit the bricks. I read for two hours fifteen minutes, the time was 7:32 P.M. and it was already dark so I took my leave.

I got to the bag-stand, picked up my bag and forged out to my room. The environment was very dark, though students were still moving around the library premises because it was norms every examination period. Some go to the library for different reasons, little wonder I heard funny sounds from the library lawn; funny to the studious and enticing to the frivolous.

I ignored all and walked quickly to my hall because I was hungry. I got to my hall, climbed the stairs and bounced to my room. I sighed in relief, I turned on the light, walked to my bed and fell freely on it. I dropped the textbook on the floor, grabbed my bag and unzipped it.

“Jeeeesssssuuuuusssss!” I screamed.


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