MLST FICTION:THE WRONG MOTIVE–EPISODE NINETEEN.—(TEN MINUTES READ)

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CHAPTER ONE.

My daughter!!!Tiffany’s mum exclaimed and burst into wild laughter that attracted the attention of her husband who is busy relaxing while sitting down at the balcony.

Hope all is well?Tiffany’s dad questioned from afar with a loud voice but his query received no answer and his wife didn’t bulge herself answering him because she was busy enjoying Tiffany’s narrative of what delayed her after Sunday’s service from one sentence to another sentence.The gist was not a short one but a long one that kept mother and daughter at mouth to mouth distance listening to each other.

It could have been short but her mum kept dragging the gist by asking more deeper questions and at the same time stylishly making jest of her daughter which made Tiffany to blush and looked like a small girl when her narratives were on course with her mum.

Really!!!Tiffany’s mum exclaimed the…

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MLST FICTION:HOW INTOLERANCE AND SELFISHNESS DESTROY RELATIONSHIP–(10 minutes Read)

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It as on my way home yesterday while I was in a public bus commutting me and other passengers home yesterday.

I was surprised at a point when one of the popular axis on my way home was free of traffic.Initially, I kept asking myself if I am still in Lagos due to the fact that having a free road at that period of the day seems to be unusual and strange and I felt somehow out of place asking myself questions silently if I was in the right bus and if I was on the right axis.

This kept disturbing my mind until my bus got to a point whereby there was a slight trafic jam,it was then I regain my consciousness that I am still in Lagos.Infact, traffic congestion is the best description and a brand for Lagos State in Nigeria.

She entered as the third passenger on…

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