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PLEASE MARRY ME – 16

PLEASE MARRY ME – GRACE OCHIGBO CHAPTER SIXTEEN ILEANWA         My eyes dart from one corner of the room to the other as I glance over the heads of the small crowd attending this workshop. This session ought to have ended about ten minutes ago but the smart and gorgeous …

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PLEASE MARRY ME – 15

PLEASE MARRY ME – GRACE OCHIGBO CHAPTER FIFTEEN AYEGBA          Honestly, for a long time I was unable to gather my acts together and it was impacting on my training negatively. I kept pondering over mum’s words again and again. Vee was happy with me. That, I was sure of. …

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PLEASE MARRY ME – 14

PLEASE MARRY ME – GRACE OCHIGBO CHAPTER FOURTEEN ILEANWA “My decision to visit Mona was not a coincidence after all. I consider it divine because it led me to you.” Ayegba mouths as he brings his car to a halt right in front of the house.        I hear the …

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PLEASE MARRY ME – GRACE OCHIGBO

CHAPTER 1 AYEGBA      There is so much light pushing through the thick brown blanket covering me. I last remember listening to an episode from a new and exciting podcast channel I found on anchor two days ago. The Gist with Grace Podcast has become my newly found late night …

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MY WEDDING GIFTS BUCKET-LIST

So here’s to help you shop appropriately for a gift you want to present to me on my wedding day.  I will be going to a few notable departmental stores(will announce their names and address) to drop on their bridal registry computers the list of everything my husband and I …

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TWO GRACES – EPISODE 12

TWO GRACES – GRACE OCHIGBO EPISODE TWELVE                 Grace Oladele stepped aside as Alice opened the back door of the car. The latter placed two stainless flasks in there and made sure they were sitting properly before pulling her head out and closing the door. “Make sure you return the …

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This thing called LOVE – PROLOGUE

PROLOGUE Her brown, wrinkly skin looks like discared, wrinkled, paper bag left to itself. Her eyes, over the years, has grown dull and cloudy as though she has seen too much suffering. Her back is stooped over as if she carried invisible weights upon them. Her silver hair is thinning, …

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