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THE WAILING ENTITY
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The Spirit of Ebo Sintim was wailing loudly, his spectral face filled with the ugly lines of insane jealousy and bitter wrath. He grabbed Kofi around the neck and pulled him off the seat, smashing the murderer on the floor with cruel intensity.
Of course, the people present could not see the foul spirit.
All they saw was that Kofi suddenly stood on his feet, and then seemed to fall down pretty badly.
Kofi’s face was filled with horror as he thrashed fiercely on the floor, his hands clamping his throat as he fought for air. No one was aware that the spirit was crushing Kofi’s throat, choking the air out of him.
Esi was on her knees beside Kofi, screaming and calling for help.
Kofi’s mother, Pastor Portuphy, and other people were all on their feet, screaming! Kofi’s face was turning an unhealthy pallor as his lungs were starved of oxygen, and Ledi knew that it wouldn’t take much longer for the murderer to die!
An opulent man with a huge girth was running comically to the scene. His trousers were pulled over his protruding belly and belted rather distressingly. He knelt and pushed Esi back gently.
“Let me through, miss, please,” the man said. “I’m a doctor!”
Ledi got to the scene then and sighed deeply.
As he looked at Kofi he felt no pity for the man.
This man had not killed his own friend out of greed, but was also going to marry the girl his friend loved so much!
For a moment as he watched the doctor fidgeting ineptly to revive the dying young man, Ledi almost allowed Kofi to die! Any young man who could be responsible for such a heinous crime didn’t deserve to live, Ledi Pedi thought angrily.
And then, he saw something shining brightly at the head of Kofi!
Ledi looked up at this shining entity, and his heart gave a huge kick when he realized that it was an Angel of Death, blazing so brightly that Ledi threw up an arm suddenly to shield his eyes, and then he looked down with horror at Kofi’s face!
Kofi was almost gone now. He had stopped struggling, and his hands were lying limply by his sides. His mouth was open, and his tongue was lolling out helplessly, his body shaking as the doctor performed CPR on him.
Ebo Sintim was wailing with intense frenzy as he choked the life out of his friend. All around them people were screaming and crying openly as it became evident that Kofi was dying.
“Oh, dear Lord, dear Lord, help my son!” Kofi’s mother was screaming as she put her hands on top of her head. “Dear Lord! Save my son, please!”
Ledi reached down suddenly and grabbed the neck of the wailing entity, closing his hands in a fierce grip.
The spirit felt the pain, and he raised his angry, wailing face up frantically and looked at Ledi.
“Go away!” he screamed with maddened wrath.
Ledi squeezed harder, and this time the spirit’s face clenched with pain.
“Why are you doing this?” Kofi Sintim wailed painfully.
Ledi raised his right hand and pointed to the shining angel standing at the head of Kofi.
“An Angel of Death, buddy,” Ledi said calmly. “He’s come for Kofi’s soul.”
People were now staring at Ledi in incomprehension.
Pastor Portuphy suddenly drew near and put a hand on Ledi’s arm.
His face was filled with horror as he spoke.
“It’s Kofi Sintim, isn’t it?” he asked hoarsely.
“Yes,” Ledi answered tiredly. “But not now, Pastor. Let me finish here!”
He fixed his eyes on the doctor.
“Stop what you’re doing,” Ledi said coldly. “Now!”
“Here, darn it to fifty blues of shades!” the irate doctor said instantly. “Who the heck are you? I’m a doctor trying to save a dying man!”
“Stop it, doctor!” Pastor Portuphy said as he grabbed the doctor’s arm and pulled him up forcibly. “This is not medical, please!”
Ledi nodded his gratitude to Pastor Portuphy.
He increased the pressure on the spirit’s neck, and then he pulled fiercely, flinging the spirit of Kofi Sintim off the body of Kofi.
As the spirit’s hands left Kofi’s neck, the boy began to cough, sucking in precious air into his lungs, his hands once again coming up to clutch his neck.
Esi dropped to her knees and took Kofi in her arms, cradling him and weeping as Kofi opened his eyes with horror. His eyes were extremely red and tears fell down his face. He looked at Ledi Pedi with acute fear on his face.
“I could hear him!” Kofi gasped painfully. “It was Ebo Sintim! Dear Lord, I could hear him in my head!”
“What, my love?” Esi whispered, aghast and suddenly looking frightened.
“It’s Ebo, darling!” Kofi said, bursting into tears. “He’s been trying to kill me all along! I couldn’t tell you! But now he wants to do it, and he’s going to do it! Oh, Lord!”
“Darling, stop talking like that!” Esi said, weeping too. “It wasn’t our fault, dear, that we fell in love! Ebo would want it like that! He cares for both of us very much!”
And at that the wailing spirit wailed fiercely with pain and rushed forward again, but Ledi Pedi held out his hand, stopping Ebo Sintim.
“Why are you doing this?” the spirit wailed fiercely in anguish.
“Because I don’t understand what’s happening here!” Ledi said, looking at the Angel of Death as it became less and less visible, and then a moment later it disappeared altogether. “An Angel of Death was here, dude! It came for the soul of Kofi at almost the point of death! If Kofi had killed you, he would have been a murderer. No murderer will inherit the kingdom of God, dude!”
The wailing spirit stopped screeching and looked at Ledi with sudden distress and confusion.
“What are talking about?” Ebo asked coldly.
“If Kofi had killed you, his soul would have been taken by a Death Cloud, buddy, and not by God’s own Angel of Death!”
People were looking at Ledi as he spoke, and on their faces were the expressions of profound confusion tinged with fear! He seemed to be speaking to something they could not see.
Under normal circumstances he would have been considered as a man going mad, but they had seen how his strange movements had seemed to revive Kofi, and now there was great fear in them.
Ebo was wailing now in confusion, and he was in such acute distress that he seemed to affect the area around him, causing the atmosphere to be so thick suddenly that people felt a strange heaviness in the air, and slowly people moved away with impending horror.
Kofi struggled to his feet and approached Ledi Pedi.
His throat was in excruciating pain as he put a hand on Ledi’s arm, and when he spoke his voice was only a tiny croak.
“Is Ebo here, please?” Kofi croaked, and began to cough again.
“He is,” Ledi said simply. “He’s furious. He wants to kill you. He thinks you poisoned him during the last meal you had together, after you realized he had paid a huge amount of money into the joint-account he held with Esi.”
“No!” Kofi screamed, and tears came into his eyes. “Ebo really thinks that ill of me? Oh, Jesus! He was my brother, more than a friend! I don’t need a pesewa of his! How could I do that? How could he think so ill of me?”
Tears of anguish fell down Kofi’s cheeks in torrents now. Obviously his heart was broken that the man he considered a brother and not a mere friend could believe this of him.
The spirit of Ebo was very still now. There was no doubting the sincerity in Kofi’s voice.
“He’s lying, putting on an act!” the spirit said, but it sounded unconvinced somehow. “Look, the presence of the Angel of Death doesn’t mean anything, Pastor! Maybe, after murdering me, Kofi became a genuine Christian, and God forgave him his sins. That was why the Angel was present!”
“That’s a solid argument, dude,” Ledi said. “But believe me, I’ve seen several death in my time as an Unblind. New Christians who died suddenly were not accompanied by the greatest angels. They were always met by fresh Angels of Death! The one that came for Kofi’s soul is one of the most senior Angels, close to Angel Gabriel himself! No, Kofi had been a Christian for some time. It explains why God let me be present every time you tried to kill him. He’s innocent, buddy!”
“Yes, I didn’t!” Kofi wept bitterly. “How could he even believe I would be that callous?”
The spirit was wailing in anguish now.
“No, no, no!” Ebo cried, spinning around fiercely. “I’ve hated him! Oh no! But the doctors said I was poisoned, but they didn’t know, and destroyed the evidence by mistake!”
And then Ledi spoke softly.
“I can try and find out when that poison was administered,” he said softly and held his arms out widely away from his body, so that his body formed a cross. “Come, Ebo, settle in me! We’ll float!”
The spirit of Ebo stopped whirling around and looked at Ledi Pedi.
“You can do that?” he asked in anguish.
“Not me, but God gave me the power,” Ledi said, and there was sweat on his face. “I haven’t tried it since I became sinful, and I don’t know if it will work, but let’s try! Come, occupy my body!”
“Alright, Pastor,” he said miserably. “I’m ready to try anything. If indeed, Kofi is innocent, it will break my heart!”
The wailing spirit moved forward suddenly and slammed into Ledi’s body!
Ledi almost screamed with the excruciating pain as he felt the spirit within him!
Suddenly, he found himself in a restaurant, looking down at Kofi and Ebo sitting at a table and eating!
Ledi Pedi moved around them, keenly picking up the detail!
And then he saw it!
There was a terrible red glow on the fingertips of Ebo’s right hand!
He saw that with each piece of banku Ebo pushed into his mouth, a trail of the red glow on his fingertips covered and followed the food into the man’s stomach!
The scene changed suddenly, and Ledi saw that Ebo and Kofi had finished eating and they were leaving the restaurant! They parted ways, with Kofi hailing a taxi, and Ebo driving off in his car!
“This is where I was going to the other meeting, and Kofi was going to give the pay-in-slip to Esi!” the spirit said in Ledi’s head.
Ledi followed the scene in Ebo’s car, and saw that the red glow in Ebo’s stomach was now massing up and moving rapidly through Ebo’s system, mingling with his bloodstream and spreading alarmingly.
“Oh, my God!” Ebo whispered, aghast now. “Is that red glow the poison that killed me?”
“I believe it is,” Ledi said painfully as he began to feel the pain of having the spirit inside him for so long. “The poison was not in the food, buddy!”
“Yes, it was on my fingertips!” Ebo wailed in acute anguish. “Oh, Lord! How did that happen? How did it get there? I’ve been hating Kofi for so long, but it wasn’t him!”
“Be still, damn it!” Ledi moaned in great agony. “When you express your emotions you’re hurting me, goddamn you to hell! I can’t keep this on much longer! It’s killing me!”
“But I need to find out how the poison got onto my fingertips!” Ebo cried in agony, hurting Ledi even more. “We have to go back, please!”
“No!” Ledi screamed. “My body can’t take it! The grace of God is not that sufficient in me anymore because I’m a sinner! If you go back I might die!”
“Please, please, just a day back, to find out how the deadly poison got to my fingertips!”
“No, no, just the night previously!” Ledi screamed. “I’m dying here! If we don’t find it on the night, I’ll push you out!”
As they hurtled backward at great speed, the people around Ledi’s body saw his body shaking!
“Jesus!” Pastor Portuphy screamed. “There’s blood coming out of his nose!”
Ledi’s eyes were closed tightly, and his arms were still held out, with his eyes shut tightly.
His body shook terribly all of a sudden!
Pastor Portuphy began to shake Ledi fiercely to wake him out of the trance.
“Wake up! Wake up, Pastor!” Pastor Portuphy scremed. “You’re dying! Please wake up!”
More blood spurted from Ledi’s nose, and suddenly his body rocked violently as he ejected the spirit of Ebo from his body!
Ledi crashed down heavily to the floor, his body suffused in great agony.
He screamed loudly with unbearable pain as his body shook fiercely, as if he were having a seizure of sorts.
His neck arched backward, and his lips were drawn off his teeth as he trembled fiercely and terribly!
Finally, his body went rigid, and he began to breathe hard and irregularly.
Suddenly, his eyes opened slowly, and he tried to sit up.
Pastor Sam Portuphy held Ledi’s arm and helped him to his feet. Dazed and extremely weak, Ledi was led to a chair, and he sat down weakly. He held his head in his hands and closed his eyes, waiting for the dizziness to pass.
Pastor Portuphy picked up a napkin from a chair nearby and gently wiped the blood and dirt from Ledi’s face.
Finally, Ledi Pedi sat up straight and opened his eyes.
He could see the wailing spirit on the ground opposite him.
Ebo’s face was shattered completely as he wept, and his pain was so crushing that Ledi felt great pity for this young man.
Kofi knelt slowly beside Ledi, and spoke in a whisper.
“Please, did you see something?” he asked hoarsely. “Did you see that I didn’t kill Ebo?”
Ledi Pedi put a gentle hand on Kofi’s shoulder.
“We saw,” he said gently, and then he raised shocked eyes and looked at Esi.
Esi was trembling wildly, and tears were falling down her eyes as she slowly dropped down into a chair.
Kofi’s eyes followed Ledi’s gaze, and he also looked at Esi with incomprehension.
Esi’s hands were clenched together as she looked at Ledi.
“W-was E-Ebo wi-th y-you all along?” she whispered with great agony.
Ledi Pedi pointed to the crumpled spirit of Ebo still on the floor, shattered and broken completely.
“He was, Esi,” Ledi said sadly. “He’s on the floor now. And his spirit is broken. We saw what you did!”
“Oh!” Esi moaned, and her tears fell faster in anguish. “Oh, God! Oh, Ebo! I’m so sorry! So sorry, Ebo! Oh, my love, please forgive me!”
“What’s going on here?” Kofi said with sudden distress.
“Esi pretended to give Ebo a manicure the previous night before you two went for the cheque,” Ledi said sadly. “She knew the cheque would be paid into their joint account, and she wanted all that money to herself. And so, whilst she was wearing gloves and cutting Ebo’s nails that night, before he slept, she used a tiny brush from a bottle containing some powerful poison, and she dipped the poison under Ebo’s nails. All that was needed was for Ebo to put his fingers in his mouth. It was a delayed poisoning that could take twenty-four hours.”
“My goodness!” Kofi whispered with great pain, and his own tears fell down suddenly as he looked at Esi with horror. “That’s it! Ebo always bit his fingernails when he was excited or sad, or just nervous! When we were signing the deal his fingers were all over his lips! Later, as we paid in the cheque at the bank he complained of dizziness, and I thought he was hungry, and so I insisted we went to the restaurant to eat!”
“And that was when the poison really got into his bloodstream, and killed him!”
Esi was now on the floor, wailing piteously and with great anguish.
“I’m so sorry, Ebo!” she said between her sobs. “I regretted my deeds the moment you left home! Oh, Ebo! Is he here? Tell him I’m so sorry!”
“You’ll go to the police station, Esi,” Ledi said, his eyes hard. “You’re coming with me now to go and make a full confession for this murder.”
Esi nodded, unable to speak as her tears of anguish drowned her.
He stood up and walked up to Esi, took her arm and hurled her to her feet.
She was still trembling, looking earnestly at Ledi.
“Please, tell him!” she wailed. “Please, ask him to forgive me! Has he forgiven me? Oh, Ebo, Ebo, my love! I’m so sorry! So, so, so sorry! Forgive me!”
Ledi looked at the wailing entity.
Ebo’s face was crushed with such agonizing pain that Ledi could barely look at him.
The spirit floated forward and wrapped his arms around Kofi, and hugged him tightly.
“He’s here, with me, isn’t he?” Kofi whispered as tears fell down his face.
“Forgive me, brother, for doubting you,” Ebo Sintim whispered.
“He wants you to forgive him,” Ledi said.
“Oh, brother!” Kofi whispered. “There’s nothing to forgive. I’m so sorry! I didn’t know. She always said it was something you would approve, me taking care of her. I’m so sorry, Ebo!”
Ebo Sintim held on tightly for a moment, and then he spoke again.
“He wants you to have the money, and take care of his mother and his siblings, and make them happy,” Ledi said.
“Yes, my brother, oh yes, I will do that on your behalf,” Kofi cried.
The spirit of Ebo floated sadly backward, and not once did he even look at Esi.
Ledi saw a shining glow behind the said wailing spirit.
It was a glittering Angel of Death.
“Seems your journey starts, you bastard,” Ledi Pedi whispered. “Seems God forgave your damn evil deeds.”
The spirit of Ebo turned and saw the Angel of Death coming for him, and then he smiled sadly and looked at Ledi Pedi.
“Thank you, Ledi,” he said, raised a hand and waved goodbye. “You’re a great man. Thanks for your help. Forgive me for all the troubles. I’ll be waiting for you.”
Ledi chuckled and shook his head.
“You’ll wait a long time, buddy,” he said softly. “I won’t die yet?”
“I hope so, Ledi Pedi,” the wailing entity said. “Indeed, I hope so.”
Esi was grabbing Ledi’s arm fiercely, her tears falling hotter.
“Please, please, did he forgive me?” she asked frantically, her heart broken.
“He will, after your confession,” he said.
“Let’s go then!” she whispered. “Let’s go. I want this guilt off my head. Let’s go to the police station.”
The stunned crowd had barely understood the incredibly strange things that had happened, and they parted as Ledi Pedi led Esi away.
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