Tag: escape

QUARANTINED: My Escape From An Ebola Enclave – Part 12

By: admin November 19, 2014

DEEVA’S NOTE: Hello, darling Pweebers. Sorry I didn’t post Quarantined last Wednesday. To make up for it, I’m giving you a much longer read this week. I hope you enjoy
QUARANTINED | My Escape From An Ebola Enclave – Part 11

By: admin November 5, 2014

My mind drifted back to Njideka again. Was a temporary life of glamour more important than a lifetime of true love and happiness? If she had the opportunity to choose
QUARANTINED | My Escape From An Ebola Enclave – Part 10

By: admin October 29, 2014

“So are you going to eat the grapes or not?” he asked me knowing exactly what I was going to say next. “You know I’m stuffed my love, but after
QUARANTINED | My Escape From An Ebola Enclave – Part 9

By: admin October 15, 2014

Ime and I were meeting today. We had both decided to close from work a few hours early so we could catch a late lunch together. True to the romantic
QUARANTINED | My Escape From An Ebola Enclave – Part 8

By: admin October 8, 2014

There was no mention in all of the gossip blogs about the particular Aristo, JiJi had spent the night with. What I still wondered about till this day was whether
QUARANTINED |My Escape From An Ebola Enclave – Part 7

By: admin October 8, 2014

I remember the morning that JiJi woke up to the sad news. I had been sitting by her bedside for more than two nights, watching her almost lifeless body. I
QUARANTINED: My Escape From An Ebola Enclave – Part 6

By: admin September 24, 2014

As we stepped out of the mall, our eyes roamed to see where Ishaku, Dave’s driver had parked the car. As Ishaku backed out of the parking lot, an excited
QUARANTINED | My Escape From An Ebola Enclave – Part 5

By: admin September 17, 2014

This logic sounded very appealing to Njideka. She saw no reason for advertising her family’s poverty on campus, while other girls were flaunting expensive cellphones, designer wardrobes and vacations to
QUARANTINED | My Escape From An Ebola Enclave – Part 4

By: admin September 10, 2014

Njideka, my third sister was the prettiest of us all. She was a light-skinned; hour glass figured young lady of average height. She had a natural shoulder-length kinky hair that
QUARANTINED | My Escape From An Ebola Enclave – Part 3

By: admin September 3, 2014

One day, my second sister, Paulina paid Ngozi a visit. As she sat in the living room and made herself comfortable, she perceived the sweet aroma of melon soup wafting