THE ASSOCIATION OF ELEJOWEWE (THE TALKATIVES). These set of people can talk for Africa, talk for West Africa and even the whole world. They don't keep shut. They are always talking.
When we hit the road again around ten minutes past four pm, I was the subject of conversation as they all believed I was 'forming' when I said I don't eat when traveling.
Ours was the only car on the highway and all of a sudden we heard one of the car tyres burst.
I don't know how I didn't die that night, but I didn't. We got up early and got into the cars that took us to Ilesha, the journey back home was kind of boring as my new friends slept through
One of the guys around kept making us laugh, he was weird and acted strange. He said hello to the hens and spoke to the cat, several times he asked us to keep quiet because the ants were talking.
I arrived at the designated location for departure around 8am and nobody in that house had had their bath. Chai!
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