Okoye: Gift Gift, small pin charger wey sabi charge fast. Samuel asked me to hold the bathroom wall and he spread my ass cheeks with his palms and pe-netrated from behind, I felt his hard long kulikuki deep inside my w-et pu-ssy, he started fu-cking me. Slapping my yansh, scattering my sugar toto, squeezing and pressing my oranges on my chest. Firing and pounding me, slapping my yansh making me to yelp in pleasure and mo-an. He was just ban-nging me hard and fast.
Okoye unclad himself and guided one of my hand to his raging kulikuli. I started pumping it as he bit his lower lip and groaned, while I mo-aned as Samuel kulikuli was touching the right places inside my pot of sugar, he pulled out and I caught my breathe, sweating and feeling the impact of being pounded hard by long kulikuli.
Okoye took over and thru-sted in without warning, I mo-aned out loud at the sudden mixed of pain and pleasure, he slapped my yansh and dug his nails on my waist as he kept scattering my pot of sugar with his short kulikuli using doggystyle.
Samuel adjusted my position and I held on to him as he guided his p—k to my lips, he pressed it on my lips and I opened my mouth, I nearly bit it off if no be say em get sense to commot am.
Okoye: ewooohh! assshhh! Gift ooohh!
Me: aaahhh! Ooohhh! Yes!! harder aaahhh!!
Samuel: *rubbing his kulikuli on my face* aaahh! fine gal.
The bathroom door was opened all of a sudden. We were startled as the person that opened the bathroom door screamed.
Granny: chimoooo!! aaahhh! Gift *screaming*
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Fear collect my pa-nt run, Okoye quickly pulled out of my now expanded hole and Samuel covered his kulikuli with his palms, suddenly grandmother slummed on the floor out of shock, she be BP patient already. I think say she no go come back till Evening.
I was terrified and rushed over to her screaming in shock, Okoye and Samuel quickly wore their clothes and disappeared. I shook her repeatedly on the floor but she didn’t move, I screamed in shock and ran with my tiny legs naked to call the maid.
The maid rushed in with me and find my grandmother lying motionless on the floor, she asked me to call Okoye and Samuel so that they will carry her to the health-centre in the village since the only hospital in the Local Government is located at the centre.
Seeing that I was naked she decided to call them by herself, something wey them don see and touch. I quickly wore my clothes and Samuel with Okoye came in with the maid wailing like women of Owu, they carried grandmother out of the house.
I ran out of the gate and called a car passing by, since our house is closed to the village major entrance road, the only tarred road in the village sha. The man volunteered to help carry her to the hospital in the centre, the maid didn’t go with them instead she called my father.
My heart started beating fast, I started praying let my grandmother loose her memory if she survive, my papa go just kill me if my granny tell her wetin I dey chop clean mouth at my age.
Later that evening my dad came home and sent for me. I waka like somebody wey them catch stealing meats in the kitchen.
Dad: Gift, why your grandmother fall?
Me: I no know, she open my bathroom door come fall.
Dad: *sigh* the doctor say she no go survive.
Me: no no, mama nofit die.
Dad: make we pray so.
The Christmas no sweet again for me, I no even go watch masquerade again. I was praying everyday for mama.
The next morning being first day of the next year, My papa announce the death of my grandmother. I nofit laugh, I nofit cry, I just know say kulikuli don make me send my grandmother to early grave.
Our Elder say when a child think she dances more than the elders who have outgrown the stage, is a bird chirping to the tone of a hunter.