Lusty Episode 11 is now on…
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The police came with their ambulances and motorbikes and sedans.
To avoid the long bureaucracy of giving reports to the police, which would have resulted in delays, Ledi had called one of his policemen friends high up on the hierarchical ladder, and who knew Ledi had special gifts, and told him about the accident.
The police chief had in turn called a senior officer at the Sinai Hills Police Department and relayed the information about the car accident on the Sinai Hills Forest roads.
By the time the police arrived to take up the case, Ledi Pedi and his two passengers were long gone.
Ledi had wanted to go to Beach Road immediately.
Beach Road was some one hundred kilometres away, and Ledi wanted to check out Ewura Akua’s parents quickly before nigh time, so that he would know how narrow down his search in the event that he couldn’t track down Lusty to those two.
Nana Kwadwo, however, did not want to go to Beach Road immediately.
He wanted to see Ewura Akua first. Maybe the deaths of Akwasi Manso and the two girls had really gotten to him and left him shattered, or maybe it was the fact that he wanted to see his wife and ascertain that she was safe; whatever the reason, Nana Kwadwo refused to leave Sinai Hills unless he saw his wife, despite Ledi’s protestations.
“You don’t know what is going on here, Nana,” Ledi told him grimly as they drove down the streets of Sinai Hills. “That demon is mean, okay? Very mean and wicked, and it is determined to waste Ewura Akua. It is the grace of God which is keeping your wife alive! We have to move with speed to set her free.”
“I want to see her please!” Nana Kwadwo whispered, his tears falling down soundlessly down his cheeks. “Please, for the love of God, let me see her for just a few minutes. Even five minutes would be alright for me.”
“You don’t understand these things, my friend,” Ledi Pedi said grimly. “See here, that vile spirit is getting more and more hostile, and braver! It was able to mess the three of us up for so long, and it had made its intentions clear. It now has total dominion over Ewura Akua’s body, so it now has control over the area Ewura Akua is, making it a hostile territory! I beg of you, Nana. Trust me on this. Let’s track down the host first before you think of going near Ewura Akua!”
“No!” Nana Kwadwo said, shaking his head. “We’ve been apart for too long! We’ve suffered enough! I have prayed, and I know my God will not let me be touched by that evil thing again! Take me to my wife…I want to see her for a while!”
And so the argument went back and forth, but Nana Kwadwo would not give in, threatening to leave Ledi Pedi alone and find his own way back to Ewura Akua. Thus, in the end, Ledi had no option than to take the distraught young man back to Pastor Narh’s house.
“What about you, Oforiwaa?” Ledi asked, looking at her in the driving mirror as they drove through the streets of Sinai Hills. “Should I drop you off at your hotel?”
“No, oh no!” she cried so vehemently that he looked at her with new surprise. “Until you tell me that spirit is now dead or destroyed, I’m staying with you, Mr. Pedi.”
“But why?” Ledi asked, puzzled. “You don’t have anything to do with it now. The rest is my fight. You can go!”
“I’m not going anywhere, Mr. Pedi!” she cried fiercely. “Look at what that thing did to your friend, the old pastor who told me he has served God for fifty good years!”
“So what?” Ledi asked, still puzzled. “What has that got to do with anything?”
“You paaaaa!” Oforiwaa said and shook her head. “When that demon or whatever the hell it was entered my body, three good Christians nearly gang-banged me, including a man that has served the Lord for fifty years! If you leave me and that demon enters me again, in this town of sinful men, how many men do you think will chase me down and rape me, especially when you’re not around?”
“Oh!” Ledi said and chuckled. “You don’t have to worry about that, Oforiwaa. You’re now a born-again soul and you’re now part of God’s Kingdom now. You now have your own bright force-field that would protect you from any demon, so you don’t have to be afraid of being possessed again.”
“I still won’t do it, mister!” Oforiwaa said, and her voice was firm. “You get rid of that thing, and I’ll be gone. Until then, I ride with you!”
There was nothing to be said again.
Ledi called Pastor Narh that they were on their way over, and the old pastor left the church and met them in his house.
However, he remained seated in the car outside until Ledi arrived at the house, and parked beside the car.
When Ledi got out he grimaced quickly, and his eyes went to the weepy face of Nana Kwadwo instantly.
“You can’t go in there, man!” Ledi said desperately, reaching out to hold Nana Kwadwo’s arm. “I can feel it! It is emanating a stench now, even for a mirror presence! Something has made it angry, boy, and it is dangerous now! I can’t allow you to go in there!”
“Let me be!” Nana Kwadwo said harshly. “My wife is in there, alone with that vile thing, suffering! I didn’t support her, and I abandoned her! Not anymore, please! I love Ewura Akua, and I need to be with her!”
“You don’t need to be with her!” Ledi shouted, angry. “You need to help me save her! Don’t make what I have to do more difficult, man! It is a shadow in there, a mirror, and so your force-field is not active around it! Damn it, man, that demon can hurt you!”
“But it is already hurting my wife!”
“And that is the more reason why you shouldn’t waste time here! The more reason why you have to go with me to Beach Road to find the damn host! I’m only trying to help! I can’t let you go in there, no!”
Nana Kwadwo’s tears fell soundlessly down his cheeks.
Oforiwaa reached out touched his arm, her face very concerned.
“Nana, Mr. Pedi knows best, please,” she said gently. “You have to believe and trust him on this!”
Pastor Narh reached into his top pocket and took out a glittering wedding ring, and then he held it out to Nana Kwadwo.
“Forgot to give you this, boy,” he said gently.
“Oh!” Nana Kwadwo said with sudden passionate relief. “Oh, thank you, thank you very much! I thought I had lost it! I thought I broke the bonds of my marriage when I removed it and threw it away! Thank you very much!”
He took the wedding ring and slipped it on his finger.
Ledi Pedi was walking toward the wall on his right to relieve his bladder, and Nana Kwadwo watched him cunningly, gauging the distance between him and the front door of the house.
When Ledi unzipped and began to urinate, Nana Kwadwo suddenly began to run toward the main door of the house.
Ledi heard the cries of alarm from Pastor Narh and Oforiwaa. He turned sharply and saw Nana Kwadwo running towards the house.
“Oh, you stupid bastard!” Ledi shouted and turned away, raising his right hand and ready to issue out a command.
Nana Kwadwo was fast, and was almost at the door now, and Ledi could possibly not outrun him. Ledi tucked himself in, but before he could speak something terrible happened.
Nana Kwadwo was suddenly jerked off his feet!
He was carried through the air as if some invisible hand had taken him and jerked him into the air. He flailed, his body turning over and over rapidly in the air, and then the front door opened and he was dragged inside…then the front door slammed shut again with a mighty force!
Ledi bowed his head and balled up his fists with deep latent fury.
“The bastard!” he grated out with deep fury. “The stupid, stupid bastard!”
“Lusty has him?” Pastor Narh asked with fear.
“Yes!” Ledi said and sighed miserably. “I’ve to go to Beach Road alone now.”
“I’ll come with you,” Oforiwaa said with fear. “I know his parents’ house, and I know Ewura Akua’s parents’ house too. I can direct you there. That would be faster.”
“Come with me,” Ledi said, his voice almost savage as he jumped into his car.
Oforiwaa sat beside him and closed the door.
“Can’t you wait a while, son?” Pastor Narh said with great worry. “Maybe, after Nana Kwadwo the state his wife is in, he’ll come back and go with you.”
“He’s not coming back, Father,” Ledi said furiously. “He didn’t enter by himself. Lusty dragged him in and shut the door, and he’s not coming back now.”
Pastor Narh looked at Ledi worriedly.
“Son, what if Nana Kwadwo unlocks the door, huh?” he asked worriedly.
“What are you getting at, Father?” Ledi asked, puzzled.
“We locked Ewura Akua inside, remember? If Nana opens the door, and she comes out, the front door is not locked! She can get out and go back to town, and you know what will happen!”
“You’re right!” Ledi whispered hoarsely. “Damn, I’m not thinking straight. Where’s the front door key?”
“Behind the door, inside the lock,” Pastor Narh said.
Ledi got out of the car and walked forward slowly until he began to feel the angry pull of the demon, and then he raised his right hand.
“If I be the servant of the Most High God, the Omnipotent God, the Omnipresent God, I do command, by His powers made strong in me by the atonement blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, that this door will remain closed, and not let out any possessed body, until such a time that I return!”
And immediately the front door moved inward, and sealed shut tightly.
Ledi Pedi sighed, and without another word he turned and entered his car again.
He reversed furiously, executed a screeching U-turn, and drove away fast.
Old pastor Narh sat in the back of his car, and began to pray.
Nana Kwadwo was slammed violently into the chairs of the living-room!
He could hear Ewura Akua’s weeping voice coming from a corridor to his left.
“Oh, darling, oh Nana!” she cried. “You came for me! You came for me my love! Come and release me!”
“Oh, Akua, my love, my sweet love, I’m here!” Nana Kwadwo wept as he raced toward the sound of her voice. He located the door and turned the key.
He held the handle, pushed it down, and opened the door.
Ewura Akua emerged, naked, and as wild as a mad woman!
Her hair was standing up as straight as hackles! Her lips were dry and cracked at several places. Veins stood out fiercely on her face, neck and arms. Her eyes were blood-red, and her fingers were like talons!
She flailed wildly at Nana Kwadwo, her fingers cutting into his clothes like scissors, her blow flinging him back hard against the wall!
Nana Kwadwo smashed into the wall, dazed, and he saw her running toward the main door, screaming with glee.
“No, Akua, nooooo!” Nana Kwadwo screamed in anguish as Ewura Akua grabbed the handle of the front door and pulled…and pulled…and pulled!
But it would not open!
She raised her head and let out a demented scream of fury!
Nana knew this wasn’t his wife!
He knew this was the demon at work!
He ran blindly toward her, his tears blinding him!
“Akua, my love, please listen to me!” Nana Kwadwo groaned with pain as he came to the living-room. “I know you’re in there! I know you can hear me! It is me, your love! I love you, Akua! I love you so much! Akua, I miss you too much! Oh, Akua, I miss you! Fight for me! Pray for me, dear! If you pray…”
She slapped him so hard that the blow flung him up into the air and smashed him against the wall where some framed pictures were hanging.
Nana Kwadwo landed on the floor in a heap, and framed photos fell down on his head.
He got to his knees, stunned and horrified now!
Ewura Akua was creeping toward him, her eyes fierce and wild, her lips drawn back from her teeth in a feral snarl, her fingers curled and strong like the claws of a wild beast.
“You’re going to dieeeeee!” she hissed as she came toward him slowly, but it wasn’t her voice that he heard!
This voice sounded like the voice of a furious woman in a cave!
It was deep, evil and resonated with wickedness.
Nana Kwadwo shook his head dazedly.
This wasn’t his loving wife!
She was trapped somewhere inside that horrible thing coming toward him, and suddenly he remembered Ledi’s warning.
Nana Kwadwo began to pray fervently.
“The Lord is my fortress, and He encompasses me, and He will never let me come to harm!” he mumbled as his terror increased.
The demon-thing that was approaching him suddenly screeched wildly, and smoke emerged from her mouth, nostrils and ears!
“Stop thy prays!” she screeched wildly, and then she leapt for Nana Kwadwo, fingers reaching out to tear his throat out!
“The Lord will not suffer my toe to stumble!” Nana Kwadwo screamed with fear, and again the thing screamed out smoke as it came to sudden halt.
“Stop thy prays, or she dieth!” she screamed, and suddenly Ewura Akua’s body spun into the air and crashed with sickening fury into the ceiling!
Her body came down a bit, then slammed up again into the ceiling!
She was spun and dragged across the ceiling, and then slammed into the wall to the side of the ceiling!
Her neck was twisted at a very dangerous angle!
Her legs and arms were twisted out of proportions, and suddenly her face turned, and Nana Kwadwo saw the real face of his wife, twisted in terrible agony, tears falling down her face in torrents!
“Nana, my love!” she whispered in anguish. “She’s killing me! Oh, Nana!”
Nana Kwadwo reached out his hands to her as love for her assailed him.
His shoulders shook as he cried in a heart-broken way.
“Alright, alright, I’ve stopped!” he wept bitterly. “I’ve stopped praying! Please don’t hurt her anymore, please! Oh, please, don’t hurt my wife! Don’t hurt my wife, please, I’ve stopped praying!”
Nana Kwadwo’s head dropped, and his shoulders sagged.
He wept bitterly!
Ewura Akua laughed now, but it wasn’t her voice…it was that echoing sewer voice again.
“Now, I’ve got both of you!” the voice cried. “Wanted to go against my wishes and hurt me? I’m going to show the both of you a wrath you’ve never seen in your lives!”
Nana Kwadwo’s body was dragged up furiously through the air, and then he was smashed into the wall with a sickening thud!
He gasped with pain, going numb!
Blood spurted out of his lips and nostrils!
The evil voice bellowed with evil laughter that echoed around the room!
“Married him, did you, Ewura Akua?” the voice rumbled furiously. “You thought you could go against my wishes? You will know my wrath!”
Ewura Akua and Nana Kwadwo, now reunited, were still pressed tightly in the air against the wall, held in place by the power of that most evil demon!
In his agonizing pain, Nana Kwadwo reached out painfully, inch by inch!
For a very brief moment, Ewura Akua’s real face was revealed, cut into planes of deep agony and love!
Tears streamed down her face as she also reached out for her husband.
Their hands touched along the wall, and they laced their fingers together tightly.
“Oh, Nana, Nana, Nana!” she moaned with passionate pain. “I’m sorry! I’m so, so, so sorry!”
“Don’t be, my love!” he whispered painfully. “I’m the one who is sorry, my darling. I love you so much…please forgive me for not being there!”
“It wasn’t your fault, my love, my darling!” she whispered, and then her heart broke, and she began to weep bitterly, heart-breakingly!
Nana Kwadwo wanted to draw her close, to put his arms around her, to whisper in her eyes, to assuage her fears and her pain…
But he couldn’t.
He could only lace his fingers through hers as they spent their second day of marriage pressed against the wall near the ceiling of the living-room of a retired pastor.
It was indeed a union of strife…
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