I am Akoto Adjei Alexander, a Christian. A product of Abetifi Presbyterian Senior High School, Abetifi-Kwahu. I am in my late 20’s and the last born of the boys my parent brought to earth. I am a fiction/scriptwriter who loves to write about nature and the realities of life. Furthermore, I do a little of Graphics Design, I do MC’ing of events somethings, a Motivational Speaker and a Relationship Talk Expert.
ALEXANDER AKOTO ADJEI
Mrs Nortey: Hello my superman, how are you doing?
Kelvin: I am very fine my cupcake. How are you also doing?
Mrs Nortey: Hey you called me cupcake? It sounds very romantic and I am awesomely well thanks to the servicing you gave me yesterday. Where are you now?
Kelvin: I am home, I just got back from my former workplace. I went to tender in my resignation letter as to the instruction you gave me yesterday.
Mrs Nortey: That is very good my baby boy, what are your plans for tonight?
Kelvin: Actually I don’t have any plans of stepping out because my girlfriend called to tell me she is on her way to my end from Kumasi.
Mrs Nortey: Mmmm but I wanted to spend quality time with you this evening. I need a repeat of what happened yesterday. You can ask her to return home so that we can meet and enjoy ourselves together, I will give you money for you to compensate her for the inconvenience.
Kelvin: I don’t think she would understand me my cupcake, the last time she saw me was 3months ago and she has taken time off her job to come spend time with me.
Mrs Nortey: Well I don’t know how you will apportion time for her but all I know is I want to spend time with you tonight and I don’t care how you do it. I will be waiting for you at our usual base by 7pm. Don’t keep me waiting because I don’t like been kept in the waiting for long, see you soon my bedroom commando. (ends calls)
Kelvin: (talking to himself) What have I involved myself in? Did I make the wrong choice by accepting her offer? God I need your help in my case because I am starting to find fault in the decision I took to warm this woman’s bed. But God I own part of the blame to you, I don’t think I would have accepted this woman’s offer if I had a good job that brings home better salary, you are the same person who heaped this family problems on me and you are pretending as if I am not one of your children.
You better have to elevate me from my current condition before I look elsewhere oooo, my mates who are enjoying life to its fullest are not better than me and I won’t suffer on earth and miss heaven on the judgement day, I know you are an ubiquitous God who is hearing me now. All the same I will find an excuse for Eunice before she gets here.
At the Korle Bu Children’s Ward:
(Inside the President’s car)
Hon. Asantewaa: Your Excellency we are here now, do you have a prepared speech to deliver?
President R. Mensah: No please, this project is for the first lady so everything lies on her and her team. We are here because I want to throw a supporting hand to her as a husband and a father that I am, this place brings a lot to memory to me because during my tender age I was brought here often.
Me staying alive to this age remains a miracle to my entire family because I was diagnosed of an ailment which wouldn’t see me pass the age of 16, every month I was brought here and sometimes I was even admitted for days before I will be discharged. It got to a time that my medical bills became a problem for my dad, he sold his beetle VW car by then to foot for my surgery and later when things became worse, my parent had to go round to people to solicitate for financial help on my behalf.
If not for the benevolence of some people and some churches, I would have been history by now, you saw I was a bit quite when we went to the Teshie and Nungua area as we were been taken around by the assemblyman?
Hon. Asantewaa: Yes I observed that and I even saw you wiping tears from your eyes. Was anything the problem?
President R. Mensah: Everybody who comes close to me from the start thinks I am from a very rich family but no that is not the case, my father was an extension officer at the PBC whiles my mom a petty trader who sold smoked fish. Where we were standing was where my mom sat to sell her fish, the dilapidated building the assemblyman spoke to us about, that they wished it was pulled down was the very room I grew up in.
If not by the special grace of God, my family will still be living there, we went through a lot whiles we were living in the community so I felt their pain when we were been spoken to. I swear I will build a very big underground drain for the people there and also work on their sewage lines so that no one will even complain of a missing bucket when it rains and also complain of stench from some people houses. This contract I will award it to a foreign company so that they do the work early and on time.
Hon. Asantewaa: Your Excellency but are you aware this is also one of the strongholds of the leading opposition party?
President R. Mensah: That is the more reason why I will undertake this project, imagine the votes I will share with them when this problem is solved? They were in power for 16years but never attended to the needs of this people and we are here less than a year and about to tackle it, what do you think will be the outcome when it’s time to vote? Politics is a very simple game but some greedy African politicians makes it look like it is a difficult thing, madam we will talk more when we get to the office so let us join my wife as I can see the programme is about to commence.
Cindy: I want to step out but I don’t want to come in contact with the landlady, this issue is going to draw a battle line between myself and her because I know she will never like me after this incident.
Lovia: So do you wish we return the rest of the things to her?
Cindy: Over my dead body Lovia, what is giving you the impression that I will return those things to her. See I don’t know the story you fabricated to her for her to change her decision but for me to return those things back to her, that won’t happen even if Angel Gabriel comes in. After some time I know this tension will die and I will be okay in this house.
Lovia: Hey but what came to your mind for you to do salad and go and give it to the landlord? That thing you did was the reason why the landlady couldn’t execute her diabolic plans because I told her the canned beef, baked beans and salad cream were part of the missing things she was looking for. Luckily I saw her sharing the salad with her husband when you sent the salad to him.
Cindy: You are a smart broke girl but my reason for giving that oldman the salad is to throw a bill at him. I want some monies for shopping and I also want him to forget about our rent that will be expiring very soon.
Lovia: Eeeeiiii Cindy the master planner, before someone will think, you have thought long time ago. Let me take my shower, I wonder how we were going to do our things if we hadn’t built our bathroom in this room? You sometimes visit the house bathrooms of the house only to see the drains inside there choked with hair, used condoms and some unpleasant things. (enters the bathroom)
Cindy: You be there and don’t play smart, they say “desperate times requires desperate measures”. As you are aiming to shoot the bird, it is also aiming at the next tree it will jump on. Hey your phone is ringing.
Lovia: Please who is the caller?
Cindy: It is an unknown number and I think it is a land line, would you like me to answer it for you?
Lovia: Yes do so because I don’t have airtime to call the number back when it becomes a missed call.
Cindy: Hello good afternoon.
Caller: Good afternoon my dear, I hope I am speaking with Miss Lovia Twum Boafo?
Cindy: This is her phone but she is not the one talking, she is in the washroom as at now.
Caller: Then I am going to call back later.
Cindy: So who should I tell her called when she comes out of the washroom?
Caller: Tell her Karl Simpson called even though she doesn’t know me personally.
Lovia: (walks out from the washroom) Bae who is on the line?
Cindy: Please hold on she is out of the washroom.
Caller: Okay my dear, thanks for your hospitality and patience.
Lovia: Hello good afternoon, please this is Lovia, may I know who is on the line?
Caller: My name is Karl Simpson, the CEO of Karl Simpson Plant and Solar Energy.
Lovia: Oh my God, good afternoon sir.
Caller: My dear your resume is right infront of me and I must say I am very much impressed with it and I want to meet the lady behind that impressive resume. Can we talk over supper this evening?
Lovia: Sure sir, just give the location and time and I will be there.
Caller: In other not to stress you, I will send my driver to come for you so that he brings you to the office first then from there we proceed to the place we will have our supper. I hope the residential address you provided on your resume is intact?
Lovia: Yes please, it is very intact and an easy place to locate
Caller: Good, I will give the address and your contact to my driver who is very conversant with the corners of Accra. He should be there by 5pm so please get yourself ready.
Lovia: Okay sir, I will be expecting him.
Caller: Very well then, let me leave you for now as you prepare for my driver. Take care of yourself till we meet in the evening. (ends the call)
Cindy: You look very excited, who was that?
Lovia: My dear you won’t believe who just called.
Cindy: Try me my dear.
Lovia: Okay the caller was the Chief Executive Officer of Karl Simpson Plant and Solar Energy Company.
Cindy: You don’t say baby girl, you mean that young rich chap was the one I spoke to on your phone? But you, how did you meet him and exchanged contact with him?
Lovia: My dear I have never met him personally, do you remember I once told you that I submitted my resume there?
Cindy: Yes! Yes!! Yes!!! I was supposed to go with you that day but because of my menses, you went alone and you came back to tell me that the receptionist there was very hostile towards you and I told you if I went with you like I will tell her my piece of mind.
Lovia: You are very right, well the man said my resume was on his desk as he was talking to me and that he wants to have supper with me tonight.
Cindy: Mmmm that is good news, so what time are we going to meet him?
Lovia: We? My dear this is the first time I am meeting that youngman and you know three is a crowd.
Cindy: Oh I forgot three is a crowd my dear. Let me go back to sleep as there is nothing for me to do today, even stepping out of this room has become a problem for me so let me stay in my shell.
Back at the Korle Bu Children’s Ward:
First Lady: I must admit to the fact that I am impressed with the work that has been done so far. I know with my next visit I will be coming here to commision the new ultra modern children’s ward. I am very grateful to the contractor and his team for this brilliant work done so far.
You have made me proud this day that I can go back and report to my foundation members that we are almost done with the project we started some months back. I will also use this opportunity to say a very big thank you to all the media houses who have kept this foundation alive by broadcasting everything the foundation does. To all my sponsors and financiers also I pray for God’s unceasing blessings upon your lives. May God bless all mothers and mother Ghana. Thank you.
MC: You guys can do better than the applauds you gave. Her Excellency is a great orator just like her husband and I am sure nobody could fit in her shoes apart from her. We are privileged to have the first gentleman of the land in our midst, before the Health Minister will come and say a word or two, I will invite His Excellency to say something to us. Please ladies and gentlemen, with a standing ovation and hands of applauds let us welcome President Reedolf Mensah.
President R. Mensah: Thank you very much Mr MC for putting me into the spotlight, I only came here as an observer to support my beautiful wife with her foundation project. As we were walked through the newly constructed wards, I saw that the project was about 80% done, I must commend and praise the contractor for the expediency shown on the work that was contracted to her.
I have been following with keen interest as our wives and mothers complain bitterly when our kids are brought to the place for treatment. I am also pledging this day to personally donate 3 new incubators to add to what the foundation has already purchased. Thank you for this opportunity. Long live our wives and all mothers who also fall sick when our children are not well. Long live mother Ghana.
MC: I guess I need to be commended for inviting his Excellency over to say something to us. Your Excellency we are very grateful for your kind heart and generosity towards Ghanaians and everyone you come across. I will now invite the honourable minister of Health, Hajia Ramatu to also say something to us before we draw the curtains down.
First Lady: (whispers to the president as he takes his seat) Thank you very much my king, I never saw this coming. I have a special style for you tonight for this wonderful suprise you have thrown at me.
Back at Lovia’s End:
Caller: Good evening, please am I speaking with Miss Lovia Twum Boafo?
Lovia: Yes and I suppose you are the one who was sent to come and pick me?
Caller: Yes madam, per the address given to me by my boss I am just a few blocks from your house because I just turned right when I got to the Moderate Fuel Station.
Lovia: Good my house is the seventh house on your right with a yellow and green gate.
Caller: Oh I am right infront of that very gate.
Lovia: Nice, please I will join you soon.
Caller: Take your time madam, my boss told me not to mount pressure on you because he wants you to look your best. I am waiting in the car right in front of your house. (call ends)
Lovia: Baby girl, how do I look? I hope my make-up is okay and I am not overdressed?
Cindy: You are on point my dear, you are looking ravishing and smashing. I believe you will mesmerize that young millionaire with your astonishing beauty.
Lovia: Oh please enough of the flattery words my dear, I will see you later in the evening and I will get something for you when I am returning home. (walks out the room)
Cindy: (talking to herself) So when it got to the milky part you were bold enough to tell me three is a crowd. We shall see in this house from today onwards…………
As the President and his Chief of Staff leaves the hospital he calls the Minister of Roads, Highways and Transport, Hon. Nii Nortey to meet him in his office right away……
“Jealousy is the last class to attend before you become a full-time witch”. Don’t ever be a student of that class.
What do you see coming the way of Kelvin as Mrs Nortey is demanding for more than they bargained?
Will Hon. Nii Nortey find an escape route to survive in the President’s ministerial team?
Is Cindy jealous or getting jealous of her friend?
Time remains the best judge onces again. Let the discussion continue across the various platforms.
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