-The Devil Who Loved Me

Must Read: The Devil Who Loved Me… Part 6

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By noon most of the girls we were expecting where at mini-campus, we had rented gigantic speakers and the trucks that we would use for the rally, 90% of the girls were dressed as instructed while the guys wore whatever they chose. Abayomi called to inform me that he,Timi and Kofo had gone to bring the Dj.

Toun was sitted all pretty beside me, I couldn’t help but wonder why Abayomi would be straffing kofo.

Me: how are you and Abayomi?

Toun: how do you mean?

Me: I mean your relationship…you guys seem to understand each other

Toun: as a matter of fact we do…

Toun’s dad was a judge, I think it kinda took its toll on her. She wasn’t someone who pretended. She tells you as it is.

That was probably why we remained close friends, though Abayomi was bleeping Kofo, I knew he was crazy about her.

Toun: is this a backlash from you and Acho?

Me: no dear…and how is the se*x?

Toun: normal na….when I am Hot, he is always ready..

Me: and when he is Hot?

Toun: he better be lucky I am lucky at the same time or all he gets is a Bj.

Me: looool…Acho always complained I never gave him Bj

Toun: why didn’t you?

Me: babe, even to kiss him after a while was hard, I wonder if the boy give me something chop

Toun: naaa, you just fell out of love

Me: hmmmmm, takea of Abayomi o… he is cool

Toun: I remember those days I suspected both of you having something together…

I was so silly

Me: yeah you were, Abayomi na my blood

Toun: you like him more than you like me abi?

Me:I am sorry….yes..

Toun: don’t be sorry…I am glad I am not the only one that has his back.

That was when I saw him, Abayomi was describing something to him with some seriousness but all he did was smile.

How many times did he UnCloth me with that smile……..

he was holding a whistle, his afro was well groomed, he stole my breathe away…

Abayomi shouted from a distance.

Abayomi: see my lovely ladies!

Most of the girls walked up to them, some chanting “presido” others saying a word or too..

I noticed most of the girls that went to Timi, hugged him before talking to him…silly girls

Toun: Tana, just control yourself, you are very strong

Me: thanks dear, I don’t have a problem

I haven’t spoken face to face with him since the last time I embarrassed myself on his floor. But I was ready for this

Toun: baby whats up?

Abayomi: my sunshine, I missed you so much mehnnnn….see your hot legs…omo

Me: Abayomi, my own legs nko?

Abayomi: flee from me devil..

Me: loool

We hugged, then I stepped back..Timi was already beside me

Timi: howfar?

Me: good

Timi: you ready?

Me: you can see we are..

Timi: we would be going to iyalaje first, then itamerin, ajebo, oru, ijebu-igbo before we come back to olopomerin then we assemble at mini-campus again.

Me: ok

Timi: we would share fliers while we dance on the truck and surrounding it…it will move 30mph..

Me: any refreshments for the girls?

Timi: pure water, soft drinks and gala..

Me: good..

Timi: you and Abayomi will ride in the truck behind ours

Me: oh..we won’t ride in the same truck?

Timi: nope…..are you disappointed?

Me: … wish…

Thankfully Abayomi encroached in our space…

Abayomi: my people…lets go…it’s time to dance..

Timi: nkem, are you ready?

Me: I am not nkem…I am Tana…and as I told you earlier…we are ready

Timi: am sorry, old habits die hard

Me: whateva…if you can’t call me Tana, call me Tee like everybody else..

Timi: aii ma.

Me: good

As soon as our trucks started moving, the music began, loud and ear piercing, it took me a while to get used to it. Indigenes of the town lined the streets, first in amazement, later they danced along with us.

Abayomi stood and acknowledged cheers from students living nearby, some even hopped into the truck to join us..

when I heard my name from some quarters, I waved too. The turn out from people was more than I had expected, I could see Abayomi was happy, Toun came beside me to whisper in my ears

Toun: your boy is doing a good job o…

Me: he is not my boy…anybody can pull off a rally

Toun: why didn’t kofo do this earlier?

Lord knows I wanted to say “she was busy bleeping your boyfriend”, but I kept quiet until something caught my attention.

The cheers had grown louder. Timi, had gotten down from his truck, he was now in front of the motorcade, dancing to “konga”.

I remembered he was a good dancer, I also remembered that girls always brought their bum-bum to his crotch whenever they had the opportunity.

This was no different, we were at Itamerin, and Timi’s outrageous moves had turned the rally into a carnival, the street was filled with people dancing away.

Toun: me I am going to dance o…lets go down!

Me: stay with your boyfriend jor…

She pointed at figure in the distance..i had initially thought her boyfriend was on the truck, waving like I though a president should, I saw the madman, dancing “komole” just by where a bus-stop was erected.

Even cars passing by were “honking” in using to the music. When I turned back to my dear friend Toun, she was off the truck…dancing “yahooze” like her father wasn’t a bleeping Judge! How can she leave me on the truck?..judas Iscariot Toun.

Timi: come down and join the dance, we are here because of you

I turned back to face the boy that had haunted my night all those months

Me: I am good here

Timi: come on, don’t be a snob..

I just ignored him like he wasn’t there anymore; luckily a girl came and yanked him away.

It wasn’t long before we started moving again, it was like Ajebo people had been waiting for us, cause they joined immediately.

The dressing of the girls was such an appetizer, guys left everything they were suppose to do and joined us like zombies…when we got to Shokas, the crowd had gotten slightly out of control, the music had taken a life of its own…

Abayomi’s name was everywhere…the dancing on the streets was more than what we experienced when Michael Adenuga came to bury his mum in the town.

I was moving slowly to the beats when Abayomi came and scooped me off my feet, in no time I was dancing with him, a couple of girls came around us and started hailing, Abayomi was happy…

I was happy.. Within the blink of an eye, the person dancing with me was Timi..i wanted to step back but people were staring and he knew it. He had that cute boyish smile on his face, his hands were on my waist…I didn’t want to dance anymore but the damn waist was moving to the rhythm of his hand…I wasn’t thinking.

I was just dancing…he smiled…he was winning…I stopped and joined Toun with some girls that were sharing drinks.

That was when the first shot deafened us all..

I was rooted to the spot, I was scared, people started running everywhere.

Another shot was fired, some guys all dressed in the same color in a Bmw came down, their faces mean as hell. I couldn’t find anybody…no Toun…no Abayomi..even Kofo was not seen…then someone came and pulled my hands. He was running, I had no option than to run along.

He didn’t let go, we were running back into the streets of Shokas..i couldn’t run fast enough, so Timi carried me…my head rested on his chest.

His heartbeat was loud. He entered a hall that had “june 12” written on it and screamed for one “Bode” to open his door. The residents of shokas were scared, I doubted if Bode would open his door, until an opened door signified that he actually did.

Timi dropped me gently on the bed and started to go out the door

Me: Timi! Where are you going?

Timi: I have to go look for Abayomi..he is my responsibility now, Bode will take care of you

He was out of the door when I shouted again

Me: Timi!

Timi: yes!

Me: please be careful.


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