Mrs. Kunda.’ The president said
‘Good afternoon Sir.’ I greeted trying to act composed
‘I wish I could say the afternoon was good, but unfortunately it isn’t.’ he told me
I kept quiet not sure if responding would be ideal
‘What exactly were you doing looking at my private files?’ he asked
‘I had no idea that they were your files Sir.’ I responded keeping eye contact
‘In other circumcistances I would have fired you but I have been told that you are one of the best executive officers that the Vice President has.’ He told me
‘And as such I have decided to keep you on the case.’ He had continued
‘Excuse me?’ I asked
‘You heard me, I am keeping you on the case.’ He told me his strong gaze still fixed on me
‘Thank you very much Sir.’ I told him
‘Well since you will be working on that case, I decided to partner you with my best personnel here.’ He told me pressing some numbers on his phone.
‘Come into my office.’ He said before dropping the line
The door opened and for a while I thought I was dreaming, like life was playing games with me. I looked into his eyes and I could tell that he didn’t expect to see me there but this was not the time or place to talk about this.
‘Your Excellency.’ He said as he stood just next to me
‘You will be working with Mrs. Kunda here on the Mafinga case. I expect the both of you to be professional since you are the best that our organization has.’ He said
I couldn’t say anything, to say that I was hurt was an understatement. I was torn apart and I couldn’t believe that Justin was working for the President.
How long had he lied to me, how long was he going to keep this lie? What had he done behind my back, what was he willing to do just for his job?
‘Any questions?’ he asked looking at us
‘No Sir.’ Justin responded
‘You are free to leave.’ He told us
He had to hold me by the hand so that I could walk otherwise my legs had refused to move an inch. We walked out of the building without saying a word to each other, I looked at my watch and it was eighteen already. I just wanted to get home and bury my head in sleep.
‘Home’, I thought to myself
I would have been excited to go home but thinking of his mother just drained me, plus I would have to talk to him one way or the other.
We got out of the building and I remembered that I had been dropped so I would have to find my way home.
‘Felicia my car is this way.’ He told me
I did not even look at him but then just walked off to the gate. The pathway was quiet long I had to remove my heels because I felt they were dragging me behind.
My heart was hurting, my soul was torn, the only man I loved with my all had hurt me in the most delicate places. I stood for a second just trying to take in everything that had just happened in the President’s office. It couldn’t be; Justin had lied to me, I could not understand anything and the worst part is that I didn’t want to have him make me understand.
‘Felicia please jump in.’ he told me as he pulled over
I looked at him tongue tied, even his sight made me feel like I was looking at a monster, like I was looking at a total stranger .
I continued walking without saying a word to him.
‘Felicia please we are causing a scene.’ He told me
I looked around and I noticed that some officers were now running towards us with their guns already armed
‘Is there a problem here?’ officer one asked
‘No Sir, we are heading out.’ Justin responded
‘Ma’am get into the vehicle or we will be forced to walk you out. This is state property.’ Officer two commanded
I did not have the energy to challenge any of them so I just got into the car without saying a word.
‘Thank you good gentlemen.’ Justin said to the officers.
I rolled down the window us he drove to the gate, we were asked to bring out our IDs and since I was by the security check point side; Justin passed me his ID.
‘Special Assistant to the President.’ It read
I passed the IDs to the officers and after being checked we were allowed to go out. There was a silence stronger than a tornado between us, a silence that was going to kill us slowly, a silence as deadly as cancer.
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‘That was a smart move.’
‘It had to be done sooner or later.’
‘You never disappoint.’
‘Thank you my lady.’
‘So what do you think will happen to them?’
‘I fear for them Wane, I really wish they didn’t have to go through such.’
‘I wish we could have done it better.’
‘They signed up for their jobs, we can’t stop them now.’
‘I just hope it won’t affect their marriage.’
‘This job is not for the weak.’
‘Then let the games begin.’
Hmm so Justin lied to his wife about his job 😱😱??
THIS IS DISAPPOINTING,I FEEL FOR FELI 🤗🤗