After brushing my teeth, I took the cornflakes and
relaxed on the bed until the doctor came into the ward
at around 2pm.
ME: I doctor
DOCTOR: hi, how are you feeling now?
ME: getting better.
DOCTOR: have you eaten? And what?
ME: I took cornflakes
DOCTOR: ok, I’m asking because I have to give you an
DOCtOR: its just two injections.
ME: ok sir, thank you.
DOCTOR: you are welcome, you will be discharged
tomorrow morning to go home and continue your
treatments on drugs.
ME: ok sir, thanks.
ME: but sir, how much is my bill?, hope I am not
oweing too much money?
DOCTOR: **smiled**, you don’t have to pay anything.
The good samaritan who brought you here already paid
ME: ** surprised **, oooooh. I’m so grateful to him,
please where does he live and can I have his number
DOCTOR: unfortunately, he didn’t tell us his address
neither did he dropped his number.
ME: eeeeyaah. Doctor, please I need a favour from
DOCTOR: what is that?
ME: please, a friend wanted to send money to me
tomorrow morning. So please, you will help me to pick
my ATM card from my bag, I want to send one of your
nurses to the ATM to help me make some withdrawals.
DOCTOR: that’s not a problem,
ME: and please one more favour?,
DOCTOR: what is that?
ME: I will make use of your phone to call the person.
DOCTOR: no problem. When you want it, let me know.
ME: ok sir.
The doctor turned me over and inject me. He called on
a nurse to attend to the bandage on my leg. It was
removed and replace with a plaster. I felt a kinda
relieve on the leg compared to the first time I woke up
on the hospital bed.
When it was monday morning, I called segun with the
doctor’s phone to remind him about the money he
promised to send. He told me he would send it by
10am and he would call me via the doctor’s number
after the transaction. I still couldn’t tell him about
adebimpe because the doctor was still standing beside
At 10:12am, segun called and the phone was brought
to me by the doctor. he inform me that he had sent
the money and he got a “successful transaction”
receipt from the counter. I thanked him and I told the
doctor to help me with my ATM card and help to send
a nurse to make withdraw from my account. I wrote my
pin for him and he left.
Not quite long after the doctor’s departure. Adebimpe
entered the ward and we had a little gist.
ME: hi bimpe.
BiMPE: ***smiled**. Hi, I heard you would be
discharged any moment from now.
ME: I have been discharged already, I was waiting for
the person I sent on an errand.
BiMPE: what errand?
ME: I told the doctor to send a nurse to help me with a
BIMPE: why can’t you send me?. I guess you didn’t
trust me abi?
ME: not like that bimpe, I don’t want the doctor to
know that we knew each other, he had been
BIMPE: **laughed**, suspect what ?
ME: that we must have met before or probably having
emotional attachment together.
BiMPE: how did you know?
ME: he talked about how you have been staying around
me and caring for me since the day I was brought here.
He said its unlike you and this is the first time of
seeing you in such attitude. So I thought of it that if he
finds out that we are acquaintance, it might affect your
job or probably restrict you from me.
BiMPE: hmmmmmmmm. What about you special
adviser on crime affairs?, have you told him about me?
ME: who is that?
BiMPE: your friend.
ME: you mean segun?
ME: **laughed***, no, I didn’t tell him anything, how
will I do that when I don’t have a phone?
BImPE: but you have been using the doctor’s phone?
ME: ** surprised ** how did you know?
BIMPE: forget story abeg.
ME: nawa ooooo,
BiMPE: my regards to him when you see him
ME: **smiled** he won’t believe me if I told him I met
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ME: just don’t know. But I just guess he won’t believe.
ME: thanks for all the care bimpe, thanks for been nice
to me since the day I was brought here.
BiMPE: its ok, but that won’t stop me from taking
ME: haba bimpe!!, sebi I have begged you.
BImPE: I told you I have forgave you. But you will
definitely pay in a hard way that even you super hero
friend won’t be there to rescue you.
ME:**confused** haaaaa bimpe, you have injected me
with a “time poison”?
BIMPE: **smiled** no, I won’t do such
ME: haaaaa!!!, you gave me Hiv / Aids abi? **sad
BIMPE: you dey craze. Why will I do such?. I’m clean
ME: **curious** then how will I pay?
BIMPE: even me, I don’t know, but I’m just certain that
you will pay. It might be years time.
ME: ***Ode, na empty threats you just dey issue*** I’m
BiMPE: I hear. We will definitely meet again in a battle
field with no referee.
ME: **yinmu** hmmmmm. Please can I have your new
BIMPE: don’t worry, tell me you own number, I will call
ME: but I don’t have a phone at the moment
BIMPE: won’t you retrieve the line?
ME: ok, are you sure you will call me?
ME: ok. 080************
BIMPE: **pressing her phone and saving the
Bimpe left, the nurse who was sent arrived with the
money, my bag and file case was given to me and a
cab was arranged to take me to the park where I took
a bus going back to akure. Little did I know that I’m IN
for a dangerous return of Adebimpe