THE WRONG NUMBER
For days, he did not call, I wanted to call him but I couldn’t, I need to give him space. If we are meant for each other then I believe he’ll come back. I prayed and committed everything into Gods hands, all I want is for God to have his way and bring him back if he’s truly mine.
I made up my mind not to call him. It wasn’t easy for me, I miss him so much, it was like a very important part of me was taken away, but I have no other choice than to wait.
Tunde kept on calling but I ignored his calls. I logged into my facebook account and I saw a friend request from Francis, Tunde’s friend and former co-tenant.
Francis is the one who gave me the address to his new house back then.
I accepted the friend’s request and we chatted via facebook messanger. I told him I needed his number and he sent it. I called him immediately.
I explained everything that was going on between Tunde and I. The guy made me understand that Tunde’s girlfriend, Antonia ruined his life, the girl ran away with everything he has.
He even took loans worth millions of naira from the bank to establish her. Now he has been fired from the oil company when they realized the huge amount of debt he was into” he explained
“So must he take out his frustration on me, is that why he was bent on destroying my own relationship and happiness?” I asked the guy.
“The challenges his facing right now has turn him to something else. Infact he needs special attention. If you see him you’ll pity him” he said
He advised me to just deal with him wisely, he told me he’s depressed and he’s searching for where he could get comfort.
I thank the guy and ended the call.
A week later, Daniel gave me a call on Friday evening. He said he’d like us to meet at his place the next day. He sounded formal, no greetings, his voice was firm. He didn’t even sound like he missed us or something. He did not even give me the chance to say anything. The only thing I had the opportunity of saying to him was “I’ll see you tomorrow” and he ended the call.
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