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BLINKERED – EPISODE TWENTY FOUR

BLINKERED – GRACE OCHIGBO EPISODE TWENTY FOUR Rough hands grabbed me, forcing me down into a tunnel. My upper lip was perspiring; the tunnel was dark and cold, the end invisible in the distance. Was there an end? I wanted to steady myself against the walls but the thought of …

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BLINKERED – EPISODE TWENTY

BLINKERED – GRACE OCHIGBO EPISODE TWENTY AN END IN SIGHT Monday, 19th December “Jerry, I knew this will happen. I just knew this day would come. Even when I sleep, I’ve always seen this day coming. I was only foolishly patient, just foolishly waiting and hoping. Perhaps things will eventually …

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BLINKERED – EPISODE Eighteen

BLINKERED- GRACE OCHIGBO EPISODE EIGHTEEN He shook his head with so much empathy as he remained fixed at the door staring at his elder brother who held on to the window facing the city like a life-saver boat so lost in thoughts that he didn’t notice him come in. He …

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BLINKERED – EPISODE Twelve

BLINKERED- GRACE OCHIGBO EPISODE TWELVE Earlier this morning… Tosin dragged himself into his bathroom slippers and headed towards the door. “MTN Number you are trying to call is currently switched off, please…” Came out loudly from the speaker of the android phone in his hand. He hissed while the voice …

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BLINKERED – EPISODE TEN

BLINKERED- GRACE OCHIGBO EPISODE TEN Spending the whole revision week on the hospital bed wasn’t easy for me, there was no group discussion and no time to share ideas with course mates before exams. I could only imagine what my fate would have been if this exam wasn’t spaced at …

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BLINKERED – EPISODE THREE

BLINKERED- GRACE OCHIGBO EPISODE THREE THE HUNTED HUNTER Mondays are always the busiest and being a student makes this worse. It seems everyone wants to deliver his lecture on Mondays. l have been in school since 7am, see when am leaving… 5pm! The only thing on my mind right now …

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