Forever Your Love Episode 18 is rolling…
FOREVER YOUR LOVE
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The telephone in the living room rang many times but he didn’t bother to answer.
Samba had been like this for the week. He had gone to great lengths to uncover the ploy. His worse fears had been confirmed. He had to pretend he was interested in Alby to get to the truth. He was hoping he would be wrong about Renee, but he had been shocked to the marrow by the sordid and heartless truths he had discovered about her.
Renee and her mother were guilty—guilty of separating Nana Ekua and Kobby. And he had been even more shocked at the scheme they had adopted. It could have fooled anyone, even him. With the help of the vicious Alberta, they had schemed and ensured that the two were separated.
He had seen Nana Ekua’s despair and pain when that happened. Even now, she still grieved as though her husband was dead. He had seen her anguish and to think that she could have lost her life or mind made him very angry at the perpetrators.
Nana Ekua had suffered for nothing. That was why he was so mad. Why should anyone be subjected to such cruelty? Why could people be so vicious? What was even more painful to him was the fact that the woman he loved had played a part in carrying out this unforgivable ploy.
As to why Renee and her mother had been this vicious to make their own brother and son suffer such emotional turmoil, he couldn’t tell. The scores had to be settled. Renee must confess. It was all right when he didn’t know, but now he knew Nana Ekua had been telling the truth all the while. It wasn’t like he had doubted her but he had believed the usual saying that there was no smoke without fire.
His request had been simple and divine; Renee should set the records straight. And to ensure that she confessed he had put her in a tight corner. He had added the condition that she should never try to see or call him until she had confessed. Not that he didn’t love her, but he couldn’t see how they could be happy when Nana Ekua and Kobby were suffering for no just cause.
He considered it a godly duty to bring them back together and that could only happen when the truth was told. He had to do this for the woman who had been nothing but sweet to him, someone he considered a friend and someone who kept food on his table. Certainly he couldn’t take any chances.
The truth, it was said, always had a way of coming up and he couldn’t bear to see Nana Ekua’s shock of betrayal when she learnt that he had known about it all this while. What annoyed him most was the fact that Renee had refused to comply and kept calling him and showing up at his doorstep every day. He had to be firm with her. She had done wrong and she had to correct it.
She had admitted her guilt and apologised to him but he wasn’t the one who suffered from all this. The parties involved had to be apologised to even if they wouldn’t forgive her. He would have done his part and his conscience would be clean and he could rest.
The phone rang again after a while. He walked quickly to the phone and picked it up.
“I’ve told you to call me only after you had confessed,” he shouted into the mouthpiece.
“What are you talking about?” Nana Ekua asked, taken aback.
“Oh, it’s you, Nana Ekua. Sorry,” Samba said.
“What was all that about Samba. Why are you so angry?” Nana Ekua asked.
“It’s that girl who is giving me problems. I wish I had never fallen in love. If this is what they call love I don’t want to be a part of it,” Samba explained.
“No, you don’t mean that. Don’t tell me you are ready to give up because there is a problem. You have to deal with it, my friend,” Nana Ekua advised.
“I wouldn’t be saying that if I were you. After all that you’ve been through you still defend…” Samba started but stopped in the middle of his sentence. “Look at me, I am talking as if you don’t have enough problems of your own to deal with,” he ended.
“That’s okay. That’s why we have friends. I also needed to talk to someone that’s why I called. My whole world has collapsed around my feet and I watched on helplessly,” Nana Ekua said and filled him in on what happened.
“I take it he’s still not back. When will that guy learn anything in this life? You give him all your heart and he throws it in your face. When will he see that you love him? I understand his pain to a point but he can’t entirely blame you for keeping the pregnancy from him. Anyway, just give him a little time, okay? I know he will come back. He’s just being foolish. He will come back to his senses soon. They say true love never fails. Your separation shouldn’t have happened in the first place,” Samba said with all conviction.
“Why do you say that? Is there something I should know?” Nana Ekua asked.
“No. I guess I have been worked up. I don’t know why there are so many problems in relationships,” Samba said dejectedly.
“Patience, they say, move the tallest mountains. That’s all we both need. I was wondering if you still want me to see your sweetheart. I know I have put it off for a long time. Can you come for dinner with her this evening? I could use the company,” Nana Ekua asked.
“It would be nice but I don’t think the timing is right. I am very angry at her and I don’t think I can stand her company for long,” Samba said.
“Are you sure I can’t convince you to change your mind? I really want to meet her. I have not been fair to you and I am kind of lonely,” Nana Ekua went on.
Samba was silent for a long while. A thought just crossed his mind. He could kill two birds with one stone. He loved Renee but he couldn’t still be with her knowing she’d participated in something that diabolic. Yes, he needed her in his life and he knew that she had taken part in the whole drama to please her Mom. The truth had to be told and he could make that happen. He would have her confess to Nana Ekua then. After all, she suffered more.
“Okay! I take it I can’t convince you to come. I have to go now, there is someone at the door,” Nana Ekua said.
“No, Nana Ekua wait, I will be there with her. See you soon,” he said hurriedly.
“Okay, I will be expecting you, I hope that can help patch things up between you two,” she said and hung up.
The doorbell chimed again.
Nana Ekua walked to the door and opened it. There before her eyes was the man she loved unconditionally even after all that she had to suffer because of him. He looked like he had been living in the jungle for the past week or so. She could tell he hadn’t shaved for at least three days. He stood in the doorway with his right hand resting on the wall. Nana Ekua was speechless. How could he do that to himself?
“Can I come in?” Kobby asked.
Nana Ekua looked at him not knowing whether or not to let him in. She stepped aside and he entered. She shut the door and followed him to the living room. Junior was playing with some toys on the carpet. He bent down, picked up one of his toys, and played with him for a while and got to his feet.
“I know what you are thinking, Nana Ekua. I deserve all the anger you feel towards me. I’m really sorry. I needed time to absorb all that happened,” Kobby explained.
“Sorry, that is all you know. Do you stop for a minute to think of what I go through every time you walk out on me like that? It has always been like this. At the least provocation, you walk away. And every time, you are sorry. Don’t you ever get tired of saying sorry for the same thing? Do you know what it means to be sorry?
How can you be sorry if you repeat the same thing over and over again? You disappoint me, Kobby Amoah, you disappoint me greatly. Maybe you never loved me. If you did, you wouldn’t treat me like this. I am sick and tired of living like this. This has to stop. I can’t take any more of these frustrations. Yes, I was wrong about keeping the pregnancy from you.
I have explained why I did it. Can’t you at least look at it from my point of view? Must you break my heart every time you are not satisfied with something I do or alleged to have done? All I have done is to love you and you hurt me continually. It would be a lot easier if you tell me you didn’t love me than treat me like this when you say you love me.
I would have stayed with you if the circumstances had been reversed, not because I feel obliged to but because I know that you would never be unfaithful to me. Someone concocts a lie and you fall for it. I have to pay for it by being separated from you for close to two years and what was my crime? Kobby, I am tired of living like this. I can’t handle any more frustrations. You have to decide here and now, we either make up or break-up,” Nana managed to say through her tears.
Kobby walked over to her and took her into his arms as her body shook with her tears.
“Yes, this will stop. I promise you that . There’ll be no more pain from me. I am back for good, Nana Ekua. This time I have come to stay and I promise you nothing and no one will separate us again. I love you, Nana Ekua. I love you with all my heart,” he whispered into her ears as he consoled her with a passionate kiss.
He let go of her when she was a lot calmer and picked up the boy. He kissed him on both cheeks.
“My son,” he whispered repeatedly, and there was unbridled joy and pride in his voice and all over his face.
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