The Legend Of Dayo…
THE LEGEND OF DAYO
SEASON 4: THE FATHER
“You astound me, my son!” King Demitayo Oliseh said in a deep, beautiful voice. “You reunited all of us by your incredible bravery! I am so proud of you! But perhaps, it is just and fair, because the Dayo Empire is facing the greatest strife this hour, and the destiny of Dayo rests on your shoulders! We don’t have much time, but I want you to know we are all proud of you, Prince Temidayo David Dayo!”
All the spirits raised their right hands into the sky and shouted in one great voice.
“Hail the new King!”
And then they all glided toward Temi, and they embraced him, and they embraced each other, and their faces reflected their happiness, their strengths, and their unbreakable bond.
Temi could not speak. He was too choked up with emotions.
He was where he belonged at last.
This was no ordinary place or time. Not many were privileged to be here at this particular time, only the Chosen and the special, like him.
Yes, he had arrived!
There was something evil about the five men that rode into Aradise, the land of peace, that early morning.
One man rode in front, with two behind him, and two at the back.
Their horses looked dirty and weary and plodded along lethargically. The men were grim-faced and although their attires were dirty, they looked expensive.
The man in front, especially, drove fear into many a heart that beheld him. He was a giant of a man, dwarfing the huge horse he was riding. His bearded face was marred by a savage scar across his right cheek that ended across his right eye. That eye itself was puckered and discoloured, as if it had once been severely wounded. His thick hair had a shock of grey through the middle, an unnatural physical development that only added to his overall look of wickedness.
They stopped at the eatery, Aisha’s Tasty Bits, operated by the widow Madam Aisha. It was one of the best eating places in town, and so it was filled with eager customers even that early in the morning.
They trooped into the eatery and approached the long table reserved for the Judges Of Aradise.
Aradise was a land of peace, established by a group of powerful people who formed a Governing Council. The Council had appointed the Judges whose sole aim was to defend the peace of Aradise.
If anybody did anything criminal, the Judges were called to drive the person out of Aradise, or kill him if he refused to leave.
Thus no violence or criminal activity was condoned in the Aradise, and many people, including criminals, came to the peaceful town to find harmony.
That morning, the table reserved for the Judges was occupied by two young Judges in their ceremonial warrior uniforms of grey armour-plated vests and wide skirts. Their helmets were resting on the table, but their swords were in their scabbards at their waists.
They were eating delicious porridge with toasted bread and pieces of lamb meat when the five men entered. The two Judges looked at each other and scowled slightly, and kept their gazes on the five strangers.[stextbox id=”alert” caption=”WARNING”]Exclusive Content to http://www.aaron-ansah-agyeman.com Do not copy or share on any other site. Do not share on any WhatsApp, Facebook or Social Media page. ONLY SHARE THE LINKS TO THE STORY[/stextbox]
Their leader, the giant of a man with the scarred face, walked through the lane and stopped at the table of the Judges, and looked down at them with his cruel eye.
“Skedaddle,” he said in a cold, rumbling voice.
Everybody in the eatery gasped with sudden fear.
No one ever dared address the Judges in such a rude, hostile manner.
The two Judges looked at each other, and their faces became cold. One of them got to his feet, licking sauce from his fingers, and glared at the giant in front of him.
“That’s rude, mister,” he said in a tight, angry voice. “Find another table, and behave yourself otherwise we’ll run you out of town.”
The giant barely moved, but his fist flew out and smashed savagely into the jaw of the young Judge with such ferocity and savagery that the man’s jaw broke into several pieces, and the force of the blow snapped his head back so violently that his neck broke, and by the time he crashed to the floor he was already dead.
The people in the eatery were so shocked by the violence and savage murder that they remained immobile and choked with horror.
One of the wicked men turned and looked around the eatery, and then spoke savagely.
“Everybody remain still!” he shouted. “If you scream, or shout, we will kill you. Sit still and enjoy your breakfast.”
The other Judge was on his feet, and got down on his knees and raised the head of his dead colleague, and then tears fell down his face as he began to weep.
He looked up at the giant with great fury in the depths of his eyes.
The giant ignored him and sat down.
“Bring us food,” he shouted. “Lots of food! And milk, and alcohol! And you better hurry!”
“Nobody leaves this accursed place before we do!” another of the evil men shouted.
“Well, lock the door, you pea-brain!” the giant commanded. “No one comes in till we’re done!”
The doors were barred shut.
Madam Aisha and her waitresses were shaking with horror as they brought pans, bowls, and jars of food to the table.
“Where’s the alcohol?” the giant bellowed.
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“No alcohol is allowed in Aradise, sir,” she said quaveringly.
“Bollocks, a shitty town!” the giant groaned. “Alright, woman, sit down with me!”
And a trembling Madam Aisha sat down fearfully by the side of the man.
The five men sat around the table and ate greedily as if they had not eaten in days.
Eventually, loud banging came on the door from the outside, but this didn’t seem to bother the men.
When they were done eating and drinking they stood up and looked around at the faces of the stunned people in the eatery.
“Is there a whorehouse in this town?” the giant asked the weeping Judge who was now sitting morosely on the floor. “I and the boys need to slake another thirst.”
The Judge shook his head with horror.
“No prostitutes are allowed here, sir,” he said in a tiny voice.
“What a crappy evil town!” the giant roared. “No booze, no whores! Your leaders ought to have their throats slit! Help yourself to what’s available then, boys! Teach them a lesson to bring pussy sellers to this accursed boring town!”
What happened then was a horror!
The four men grabbed four women at random and bent them over the tables!
The women were screaming, and the young Judge jumped to his feet and drew out his sword, his face brave and enraged!
“I can’t allow this to happen, you animals!” he roared fiercely.
One of the men drew out a knife from the folds of his cloth. He stepped forward and in one swift movement struck it into the heart of the young Judge, and twisted the blade.
The Judge gasped as blood bubbled out of his mouth, and then the man drew out the knife and slashed it across the throat of the Judge, almost decapitating the young man, whose lifeless body fell across his fallen comrade.
“Ah, such a waste!” the giant whispered as he looked down at the murdered bodies of the two judges on the floor. “Nneka Okez, you see what you’ve forced me to become? I sense you around, my darling…and I’m coming! Yes, Nneka, my precious, I’m coming for you!”[stextbox id=”info” caption=”JOIN US ON WHATSAPP“]
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