EPISODE 8 & 9
Even in her dizziness, Ama Konto felt being placed on something soft. And she could deduce that it was a bed. She could see a manly figure over her with the most devilish smile on his face.
She felt her dress being taken off her body and she could feel her own nakedness! She had tried fighting it off but every nerve and muscle in her body was weak.
The more she tried fighting it, the more the drug weakened her. And eventually, she gave up.
Raymond had set the cameras that it captured everything but his face. He undressed pretty quickly and took off Ama Konto’s protective chain.
He placed it in his inner coat and jumped off immediately onto the inert form of Ama Konto.
He had jerked himself up a couple of times as he admired the beautiful body in front of him.
He pounced on Ama Konto’s body and had his way with her!
Some hours had passed and Ama Konto had not woken up from her sleep. Raymond had pretty realised that Ama Konto was a virgin and her blood had soiled the sheets she laid on.
Carefully, he had managed to change sheets and dump the old ones without disturbing Ama Konto’s sleep.
Ama Konto woke up after a couple of hours only to find herself in a small but a nice bedroom. She drank the water Raymond had left at the bedside immediately.
She looked around and saw Raymond fast asleep on a chair at one side in the room.
She had felt a sharp sensational pain as she got up from the bed and didn’t really bother about what it was.
Raymond woke up immediately after a few taps from her and had convinced her to stay.
“You must be tired,” he said. “Rest some more and go in the morning, sweetheart”
“I have to leave Ray. I don’t want to give too much suspicions about us. Kimberly must be worried,” she said sleepily.
Raymond had wanted her to stay but he had to agree to what she had said. He held her by the hands and walked her to the door.
He kissed her on the cheek and opened the door for her and bid her goodbye.
Raymond was halfway through the office to his little room when he heard a series of knocks on his door.
He opened the door and found Ama Konto looking at him right in the face.
“Hey, sorry to bother you but do you mind telling me what happened between us? she questioned.
Raymond was quite taken aback by her question but kept his composure.
“Oh. You had a few drinks last night. I insisted on having someone take you to your hall but you insisted I bring you up here instead,” he explained.
“Why? What’s up? Raymond questioned
“Oh, nothing there to say. Sorry for bothering you. Goodnight.” Ama Konto said and walked away.
Raymond closed the door quite slowly and leaned against it looking quite scared.
He thought for a while and brushed off the thought and walked happily to his little room.
He was a happy man!
Ama Konto thought a lot as she walked back to her hall and she still felt the sensational pain in her abdomen.
She walked straight into the bathroom and spent some time in there when she got to her hall.
Kimberly had seen her friend walk in and she waited for her to come out of the bathroom.
“Where have you been Ama?” Kim questioned as she stood from her bed to meet Ama Konto at the doorway.
“I was damn worried about you girl. Where have you been?” she questioned again.
Ama Konto held her friend by the hand and walked her to her bed.
“I slept off on the chair in the school garden. Had a few drinks and ended up there” Ama Konto answered.
Kim looked suspiciously at her friend and brushed the thought off. She had seen her friend and Mr. Raymond last night but she didn’t want to bring it up. Especially not at that time of the night.
“Okey dokey girl. You had me worried, girlfriend.” Kim said and kissed her friend on the cheek and walked to her bed.
“I love you too, Kim” Ama Konto said and smiled lovingly.
Kim laughed at what her friend had said and shook her head.
“Silly girl,” she said in an undertone.
“What?” Ama Konto questioned, pretending not to have heard what her friend had said.
“Goodnight!” Kimberly said loudly
“Goodnight silly,” Ama Konto replied.
And she slept off.
LOCATION: DENSEMA VILLAGE
It was a beautiful morning in the village. The sun had just risen and it shone beautifully on the Apru river that laid at the southern end of the village.
Being a typical village with most of its people as traditionalists, most of them were on their way to their farms with the few Christians amongst them gathering up at the big oak tree in the center of the village to have a short service.
The children loved it on Sundays. It was a peaceful day for them and they had the chance to go to the riverside and collect crabs, especially on rainy seasons and swim too.
It was a day for the traditionalists to pray to their family shrines and gods to seek for favour and blessings for the coming week.
It had been the routine for ages!
Mrs. Mae Kpakpo, Ama Konto’s mum, had had a stressful night and she was mostly awake in the night.
She had had a dreadful dream and she was very disturbed and had longed for morning to come.
She had dreamt of her daughter crying and calling for her in a deep pit. She had tried to reached out to her and helped her out but her efforts had proven futile. All attempts to rescue her daughter never went through.
She had woken up pretty late that morning and her husband had not wanted to worry her with the usual weekend prayers at the shrine.
He had kissed her on the cheek and left quickly for the shrine.
Mrs. Mae found her husband finishing up at the shrine and she had a worried look on her face. And her husband had noticed.
“What worries my precious queen,” he said lovingly and hugged her tightly.
“It’s Bosomba,” she said worriedly and looked fearfully at her husband’s face.
Mr. Kpakpo had pushed his wife back a bit and searched her face for answers.
“What about Bosomba? I bet she’s fine sweet pumpkin,” he said.
Mrs. Mae shook her head and had tears streaming down her face.
“I had a dream, Kwesi. A very bad one,” she said tearfully.
“Bosomba was crying and calling for help. My daughter…our daughter was crying and calling for help and I couldn’t do anything to save her. Consult the oracles, my love. I want to know what had happened to my daughter. Please?” she pleaded tearfully.
Mr. Kpakpo had hugged her and consoled her, telling her it’s nothing but a dream.
“It’s just a dream sweetheart. If something had happened to our daughter I would know,” he said.
Mrs. Mae looked at her husband and hugged him tightly as she sobbed.
“You just miss Bosomba. But hey, not as much as I miss my daughter, woman. You want to breastfeed that old girl again, abi” he said teasingly.
The old woman laughed and kissed her husband.
“Please, go and prepare me some delicious Sunday special ‘nuhu’. Oh damn! I miss that food” Mr. Kpakpo said and carried her wife to the kitchen.
“Right away, sweetheart,” she responded happily.
Some weeks had passed since Raymond drugged Ama Konto and had his way with her. She had still not noticed what had happened.
And since then a lot had happened as the weeks went by.
She had quickly found out about her necklace and she had gone back to the school garden with Kimberly to search for it.
They had searched the whole area and had found nothing and Ama had given up on it.
She had made a mental note to get father to get her a new protective necklace and when she had a chance.
There had been new student leaders selected to replace the final years who had their final exams in mind.
Ama Konto had contested for the Raven’s Hall Presidency and she had won with massive votes.
The second contestant, Stella Kyei, had come up with fewer votes and it had created enmity between her and Ama Konto.
Stella had never liked Ama Konto and coupled with the fact that she had always seen him with Raymond had made her hate Ama Konto with all her might.
Stella was a beautiful young lady and a lovely face. She had smooth dark skin and had curves in its right places on her body.
Stella was worshipped and adored by everyone and it had all stopped when Ama Konto was admitted to the school.
Stella and her little crew had found Ama Konto alone in the bathroom and had thought it was the perfect opportunity she could ever get.
“Whoa, see who we got here, fellas. Ama Konto, the Hall President.” Stella said disgustingly.
Ama had gotten scared immediately and had tried going out but she was blocked and was circled as Stella and her crew intimidated her.
“You came into my world unknowingly and took my spot of light. And you’ve pretty well taken away everything that ever belonged to me,” she said and spat on Ama Konto’s face. “But you’re not taking my man. hell no.”
Out of anger, Stella shoved Ama Konto to the ground. She had expected Ama Konto to get up and fight back but she laid just on the ground.
And that was when Stella knew what she had done!