Forever Your Love Episode 11 is rolling…
FOREVER YOUR LOVE
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Samba smiled to himself all the way to Memories Beach Resort.
He understood immediately why Nana Ekua loved the place the moment he got there. Everything was exquisite. The location, reception, food, the atmosphere … it was simply a nice experience. He walked into his room and found with satisfaction that things have been arranged just as he had instructed.
“God, this is paradise on earth,” he said to himself.
He walked into the inner room and looked out the window. “Gee, this is totally out of this world, I never knew so much goodness and luxury could all be found in one place.”
The sun was setting and looking at how it reflected on the surface of the calm sea, he marvelled at how awesome and divine it all seemed. He wished he could live in a place like that forever.
Samba unpacked and called the reception. He ordered dinner for two and insisted that it be served only when he notified them.
He walked into the bathroom to take a long shower.
Renee got to the beach a few minutes later. She made enquiries from the reception and was directed to Samba’s room.
She run up the stairs to the last floor and looked for room 14.
Finally, she found it and knocked on it. No response came. She knocked again and again, but there was still no response.
“Oh God, I hope I am not too late,” she prayed.
She turned the knob on the door and it yielded. She stepped into the room and saw a dimly-lit room with red roses scattered all over the floor and furniture.
“What is this, a farewell gesture, God, please don’t let it be too late,” she said,
“Samba, Samba are you here?” She called a million times for the love of her life but there was still no response.
“Samba, where are you? Please let me know if you are here.”
No sound came from within the suite.
She treaded cautiously into the bedroom. The bed and floor were covered with red roses as well.
She found a note on the bed and picked it up with trembling hands. She hurriedly read through, “
“I couldn’t wait any longer. I am useless without you. Goodbye, my love. I will always love you.”
She threw it away and ran to the bathroom when she heard the tap dripping.
She broke into tears when she saw Samba so still in the bath.
“No, Samba, you can’t do this to me. Please wake up,” she said shaking him vigorously with hot tears flowing down her face.
She placed her head on his bare chest as her body raked with tears.
“No, you can’t leave me like this. I love you. Please don’t leave me,” she cried.
Samba suddenly pulled her into the water and Renee screamed with terror.
“Sshh! You don’t want our neighbours to think that I am raping you, do you?” he said, putting a finger on her mouth.
“Samba, oh, thank God you are alive,” she said and kissed him passionately.
“Uuh, this is nice. I think I will die again so that I can get one more of that kiss when I wake up.” Samba teased her.
“Oh, stop kidding me. I love you,” Renee said calmly, her heart in her eyes.
“I love you too, honey. You’ve given me a hell of a time and I am going to make sure you pay for every pain and misery you caused me with this…” he kissed her for a long while.
“If that is what you sentence me with, I want you to know that I will serve my sentence with gladness.”
They kissed again and again and again. He took off her clothes and carried her to the bed. He kissed every inch of her body and made passionate love to her. They drifted into sleep in each other’s arm shortly afterwards.
Samba woke up to see her smiling down at him.
“Welcome back, my love,” Renee said, kissing him on the lips.
“Mmm, what time is it?” he asked getting out of bed.
“Quiet late!” she replied.
“Gee, I have been so irresponsible. You must be famished,” he said and walked into the living-room. He called the reception and asked for his order to be brought in.
Seconds later his food was delivered and they ate like hungry horses. They retired to bed after watching the sea at night and made love again till they both got drunk from lovemaking.
Nana Ekua went into labour three days after Samba left town.
It was around eight in the morning when Doctor Aidoo was notified about Nana Ekua’s condition.
All attempts to make her deliver normally failed.
Dr. Aidoo then suggested a caesarean operation. Her Dad and Mom were very worried. They reluctantly appended their signatures to signify their consent.
Mr Coleman and his wife thought it was time to tell Kobby about what was going on. They tried to convince Nana Ekua to come clean with her husband but she vehemently refused. Her father, for one, had always hated Nana Ekua’s stubbornness.
“I don’t know why she is so stubborn,” her Dad said dejectedly.
“She learned from the best,” Mrs. Coleman said.
“What are you insinuating?” he asked.
“I think Nana Ekua got that stubborn streak from you, my dearest.”
Dr. Aidoo walked to them and reassured them that their daughter was in capable hands.
One of the nurses who was part of the team preparing Nana Ekua for the theatre walked to them with a long face.
“What is wrong, Agnes?” Dr. Aidoo asked, very worried.
“May I talk to you in private?” the nurse asked.
Doctor Aidoo asked to be excused and walked with the nurse into the changing room.
“Now, why do you have the look of death on your face?” Doctor Aidoo asked.
“It’s Mrs. Amoah. I am afraid you can’t operate on her today,” the nurse said.
“Why is that, Aggie?”
“Her blood pressure is too high, Doctor.”
Dr. Aidoo got the drift immediately.
She rushed to the Labour Ward and checked Nana Ekua’s blood pressure and confirmed that indeed it too high.
She called the Anaesthetist and asked for his expert advice and he confirmed her worst fears that with such blood pressure, Nana Ekua would never make it out of the theatre alive.
Dr. Aidoo re-examined Nana Ekua and saw to her relief that the pangs of labour had gone down remarkably and there was no sign of the baby yet.
She was confused at the moment because she preferred operating on Nana Ekua to cut down the risk of any complications. She was concerned Nana Ekua had had too many false labour alarms which had left her exhausted. And she impressed on Nana Ekua to be calm because her life and that of her baby were at stake. She asked to be excused and went into her consulting room and prayed– something she didn’t do too often.
Her phone rang and she answered it.
“Sorry to bother you, Doc, but I got this feeling that Nana Ekua was in some kind of trouble, so I decided to check from you,” Samba explained.
“Well, she went into labour this morning but for some reason the baby has not yet arrived. I have done everything but I have not been successful. I decided to operate on her to save her all the trouble but unfortunately her BP is too high. For now, I can’t really tell what is going to happen.”
“Gee, is there anything I can do?” he asked, distraught.
“Well, you can pray for her. I am afraid that’s all you can do for now.”
Nurse Aggie came into the consulting room with the speed of lightning,
“Doctor, the baby is coming!” she said hurriedly.
“I have to go,” she said and ran out of the consulting room.
Nana Ekua’s birth pangs were stronger now and she screamed at every one of them.
Dr. Aidoo spoke consolingly to calm her. She directed her as to what to do when the pain was unbearable. She explained every step of what she was going to go through and told her what to expect.
Nana Ekua kept screaming and calling out for Kobby. Dr. Aidoo had been reluctant at first to call Kobby knowing all that had happened, but seeing how desperate Nana Ekua was, she gave Kobby’s phone numbers to one of the nurses to summon him immediately.
Dr. Aidoo tried so hard to make things a lot easier for Nana Ekua but all her efforts failed.
She hadn’t in her eight years of practice come across a delivery that was so complicated. What baffled her most was the fact that there was nothing technically wrong with Nana Ekua’s pregnancy. She couldn’t fathom out why the baby was not coming out. She checked the position of the baby for the umpteenth time and found nothing unusual.
Without a doubt, she had to do something and very fast otherwise there was the possibility that she would lose either the mother or the baby or both. She was taking Nana Ekua’s temperature when the nurse came back.
“So, I take it Kobby is on his way here. Maybe he is the missing piece,” Dr. Aidoo said.
“I couldn’t get hold of him,” the nurse said breathlessly.
“Have you tried all the numbers?” Dr. Aidoo asked.
“Yes, Doctor. He is not at home and his cell phone is off. I left a message on his answering machine at home.”
“Okay, you stand here, and see if you can calm her down. I don’t want her exhausted when I need her to push,” she said, pointing to her left.
The nurse took her position and started talking to Nana Ekua.
An hour later, the shrill cry of a baby echoed around the maternal block.
Nana Ekua had made it.
She had given birth to a bouncy baby boy.
Nana Ekua smiled with joy and fainted.
Dr. Aidoo became alarmed immediately. She gave the baby to one of the nurses and worked to her bones to revive her friend.
When all efforts and prayers failed, Dr. Aidoo gave way to tears when she couldn’t feel a pulse in her dear friend.
“No, Nana, don’t give up. Fight to live. Do it, at least, for your son’s sake,” she said amid tears.
Dr. Aidoo walked out of the labour ward dejectedly to meet the anxious parents and the distraught Samba at the entrance of the labour ward.
Mr. Coleman was filling Samba in on what had happened when they saw her. They all rushed to her.
“How is she?” they chorused.
“She has given you a grandson,” Roselyn announced unenthusiastically.
“Oh, thank God. You are indeed great, our God,” Mrs. Coleman said with relief.
“But there is a little problem, Mr. Coleman, can I talk to you alone?” Dr. Aidoo asked politely.
The doctor walked to her consulting room with Nana Ekua’s father who was obviously fighting to calm his nerves with no success.
Just as Dr. Aidoo opened her mouth to speak, Nurse Aggie ran into the room,
“Dr. Aidoo, she’s come around. She is alive!”
Dr. Aidoo dashed into the ward without delay.
Nana Ekua was awake though very weak.
“Where is my bundle of joy in life’s most complicated storm?” she asked feebly.
“Your boy is fine. In fact, he is too fit for a baby who has just arrived in our world. And he’s hungry as it is. You gave all of us a scare, Ekua. Thank God you’re alright now,” she touched her friend reassuringly,
“Nurse Eghan, bring the little one to his mother.”
The nurse entered the adjourning room and came back shortly with the little boy, neatly wrapped in the best soft cloth. She gave him to his mother and Nana Ekua’s joy was limitless.
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman and Samba entered.
Nana Ekua sat up with her baby in her hands.
She looked down at the little boy who was sucking his finger and smiled, “Mom, Dad, meet your grandson.”
Her parents were so happy that they were dumbfounded for a moment, but their profound joy was reflected in their silent tears.
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