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Martins Diaries 2: Episode Seven

Episode Seven — The Robbery

Hiya, peeps. It’s been a while. As you can see from the title, we got robbed….

You see, last year momsi held us in the house. Since it was the last day of the year, momsi felt her house needed to cross over into 2020 sparkling neat.

You know how most Nigerian women get paranoid and overbearing when it comes to end of years. They enter this overdrive mode where they suddenly want to have everything in the house sparkling clean before we cross over to the New Year. Some even go as far as thrashing any leftover food in the fridge because they don’t want to carry over any old meal to the New Year. 

Read:  Martins Diaries 2: Episode One

Well, our momsi wasn’t left out in this crossover ritual. In fact, if there was an official committee for it, she would probably be the president.

Hey, sorry to interrupt…

I know you were reading that and getting all into it, but this web series is no longer available to read on the blog because it has been compiled into a book. This book contains all the episodes/chapters from the blog series and you can purchase it or gift it to a friend for a small amount.

Read:  Wedded Day - Episode Two

Click here to go to my books page.


Now Hold On a Minute!

Didn’t you like this post? Permit me to remind you of this cliché  “I scratch your back, you scratch mine“. I probably made you laugh or taught you something with this post, right? So what will you give me in return? How about, say I don’t know, your email?

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