A Man’s Destiny Season 2 Episode 2


“Getting that lady was a very easy step, I just watch movies and criticize the writer whenever it comes to getting someone easily. It’s really by luck.” One of Lawrence’s guys said to him.
Lawrence yawned. “It’s late already, I think you guys should go and rest too.”
The guys smiled and hastened to their feet. They were tired too, getting a big white board into the empty room wasn’t an easy task that day.
Lawrence had made up his mind that he would do everything to get the attaché case back before everyone would know about it. He had gotten a big white board and all other accessories that could be needed to get and track down Helen’s movements and that of the attaché case after getting hold of it. He had been nodding continuously to his evil thoughts, if he should leave Pemisire untouched, she might later become an instrument of backlash to him.
“We can’t go to that place tomorrow. We have to plot the graph and get some other guys that might be of help.” He said.
“Why? Don’t you think getting the attaché case will be easy? Firstly she’s a lady, secondly, we have all the necessary information with us. So, it shouldn’t be a tedious thing.” One of them said.
“Do you think a sensible person will keep that kind of thing in her friend’s house? I have been painting a picture, perhaps she might have gone into a bush to keep it. We have to get it, no matter what. So, we gonna research about that estate and street to know how much security in case an alarm is raised after our departure. Besides, we have to be masked.” He expatriated.
“I never knew this things will be taken this way.” One of the two guys grumbled.
“Don’t you know we have to do everything without leaving a trace, a print? This are Mart’s documents, don’t you know?”
The guys exhaled deeply.
“Now, I don’t think that blood will be enough for him, you guys will need to buy.” Doctor informed.
“I can still donate..” Pemisire said.
“No, not at all. You’re a lady and besides it’s too early to.” He smiled.
Uche stared at her, she was wonderful.
Pemisire left the Doctor’s office and waved at Uche and Jay, telling them she was leaving that night. It was past eleven in the midnight, she felt Helen might be uncomfortable without seeing her and besides, she would sleep and be able to bring Richard something to eat, the next day. “Let me go and drop you off.” Jay said pushing Uche back. :Monitor everything that has to do with blood transfusion and getting blood from the bank.” He told him.
“Your help won’t be needed, I’m really alright.” She told Jay that was already approaching her with a smile.
“You are a lady and besides it’s very dark out there. I can’t thank you enough, you are just like an angel God sent to us. By the way, what is your name?” He asked.
Pemisire smiled. “I’m the unknown, you can’t know my name for now.”
“You are beginning to scare me. Don’t tell me you are really an angel from heaven or probably a ghost..” He smiled.
“I’m none. When it is time, you’ll know me better but for tonight, i have to go home now.”
“I’m serious with this, you can go out there all alone this night! Let me help!”
Pemisire chuckled. “Alright, thanks.” She concurred.
Pemisire entered into the room and took off her sandals. She stretched and yawned before she reached for the brown towel hung near the wardrobe to take a cold shower. Helen had slept off before she disturbed her with creak of the door, she was sure going to explain everything to her after having her cold shower that night. “I’ll be back.” She informed as she walked out of the room.
Helen sat up and yawned. The sleep had been disturbed already, she wasn’t sure if she would sleep soon again. She picked up her phone and started punching some buttons there until Pemisire returned into the room.
“Won’t you sleep again?” She asked her as she enteted into the room.
“Sleep? I don’t think I can do that for now. By the way, what kept you this long? I think we should buy a phone tomorrow so that we can communicate properly.”
“Alright, maybe you should do that while I rush to the hospital tomorrow. I quit the job.” She informed.
“Quit? Where have you been?” Helen asked.
“I ran into the guy I told you about and we went to the hospital to donate kidney for his sister but unfortunately, the lady died before the surgery.”
“That’s sad! The guy must be totally apart now.”
“That would have been better but he went ahead to stab himself! It was a bad day.”
Helen shook her head. “The guy shouldn’t have done that. So, good Samaritan, you left your job because of him!”
Pemisire laughed. “It was meant to be, not my own fault.”
They continued discussing for a while till Helen remembered Michael called her. She got Helen informed about her and his wish to come and greet them.
“And are you sure it was Michael?” She asked.
“Em.. Sure. Though his voice has changed but all what he said was real. Why did you ask?”
“I am not comfortable with that call. Something in me tells me that wasn’t Michael. My… diary! Your mobile number is in there.” She remembered.
“No, get this now, even if they get the mobile number, how did they know Michael? I don’t know why you are always afraid.” Helen laughed.
“I wrote something pertaining to the three of us inside that diary, even close to where your mobile number was written. I am not sure we are safe any longer.”
“We are. You’ve written many implicating things too, I should be careful of future calls then.”
“You’ve sent the address already, why couldn’t you reason that it might be me they tried to trace? I’m sure it wasn’t Michael. The last time we spoke, he said he was traveling to Ghana for some years.”
“Maybe he just returned, who knows?” Helen added.
“I know you are impervious, I pray he was the one.”


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