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    This story is about a Lady Assassin who was
    trained in Russia, specially skilled in the art and
    carrying out the job with no fears, restraints or
    apologies.
    She became so powerful and was greatly feared
    by several of her male counterparts, including
    some of the masters who trained her. She hated
    so many things, God was number one on her
    hatred list.
    She came down to Nigeria and was still involved
    in her profession until she met someone who
    was willing to help her start a new life.
    But people from the past came into her life
    bringing back old memories. Then she met her
    match, another fierce assassin

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    PROLOGUE
    The leaves spread out widely, gladly receiving
    the heat from the sun as they stuck firmly to
    their respective branches on the different trees.
    The wind contributed to the happiness of the
    living things as it blew heavily across the forest
    occasionally, making some of the lighter
    branches collide against the stems of taller trees
    and other unmoving branches.
    Danjuma cleared the way for his wife who
    followed him happily as they took a stroll around
    the forest, he stopped when he got to a cleared
    path and waited for her to catch up with him.
    They smiled at each other as they continued
    walking through the forest hand in hand,
    recalling how they met for the first time in that
    same forest.
    Ten years ago, Danjuma and two of his
    colleagues had come for a research on wildlife in
    the forest, they were inspecting a special breed
    of lizards when they noticed a movement at a
    thick bush opposite their direction, they paused
    to observe properly. At first, they thought it was
    a wild animal that hid behind the bushes and
    they brought out their defence weapons, ready to
    attack whatever it was. However, it didn’t take
    long before a young lady in a Doctor’s coat
    appeared, three of her colleagues who appeared
    to be Doctors too followed. Lydia and her team
    had come to collect some special herbs for the
    manufacturing of drugs required to cure an
    epidemic disease that troubled the village close
    to the forest.
    Danjuma got happily married to Lydia in Lagos
    two years after they met. They had their first boy
    in the same year they got married and had given
    birth to two other boys after. After living in
    Lagos for eight years, Danjuma relocated with
    his family to Borno State.
    Nine years later, Danjuma brought his wife to
    that same forest on their wedding anniversary
    hoping to bring back good memories of the past
    to her which he succeeded at, as Lydia clearly
    showed her delight while they walked through
    the forest together.
    ‘Wow’ Lydia released her hand from Danjuma’s
    grip and ran forward playfully, turning round a
    spot. She laughed happily as she looked at the
    sky, making her long hair fall backwards.
    Danjuma followed after her and wrapped his
    hand around her body. He looked straight into
    her eyes, and placed a kiss on her cheeks
    ‘Nine years ago, I was standing here when I …’
    ‘Shhh… Quiet’ Danjuma hushed, ‘let’s just enjoy
    this silence and the cool breeze’
    ‘I …’ A cry interrupted her and she paused to
    listen carefully. The cry became louder, it was
    the cry of an infant.
    The couple looked at each for a moment before
    they traced the sound carefully. They saw a
    woman lying helplessly under a tree with a baby
    laid on a wrapper spread beside her. The couple
    quickly rushed to the scene.
    The lady, actually a teenager was almost gasping
    for breath when they got to her. A faint smile
    appeared on her face as she saw the couple, she
    turned her face to look at the baby and looked
    back at the couple.
    ‘Her name is…’ She coughed out heavily.
    Deborah knelt beside the teenager and gently
    placed her back on her hand, trying to calm her
    down. ‘What happened?’
    ‘I named her Omotara’ the teenager struggled to
    speak.

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    PROLOGUE
    The leaves spread out widely, gladly receiving
    the heat from the sun as they stuck firmly to
    their respective branches on the different trees.
    The wind contributed to the happiness of the
    living things as it blew heavily across the forest
    occasionally, making some of the lighter
    branches collide against the stems of taller trees
    and other unmoving branches.
    Danjuma cleared the way for his wife who
    followed him happily as they took a stroll around
    the forest, he stopped when he got to a cleared
    path and waited for her to catch up with him.
    They smiled at each other as they continued
    walking through the forest hand in hand,
    recalling how they met for the first time in that
    same forest.
    Ten years ago, Danjuma and two of his
    colleagues had come for a research on wildlife in
    the forest, they were inspecting a special breed
    of lizards when they noticed a movement at a
    thick bush opposite their direction, they paused
    to observe properly. At first, they thought it was
    a wild animal that hid behind the bushes and
    they brought out their defence weapons, ready to
    attack whatever it was. However, it didn’t take
    long before a young lady in a Doctor’s coat
    appeared, three of her colleagues who appeared
    to be Doctors too followed. Lydia and her team
    had come to collect some special herbs for the
    manufacturing of drugs required to cure an
    epidemic disease that troubled the village close
    to the forest.
    Danjuma got happily married to Lydia in Lagos
    two years after they met. They had their first boy
    in the same year they got married and had given
    birth to two other boys after. After living in
    Lagos for eight years, Danjuma relocated with
    his family to Borno State.
    Nine years later, Danjuma brought his wife to
    that same forest on their wedding anniversary
    hoping to bring back good memories of the past
    to her which he succeeded at, as Lydia clearly
    showed her delight while they walked through
    the forest together.
    ‘Wow’ Lydia released her hand from Danjuma’s
    grip and ran forward playfully, turning round a
    spot. She laughed happily as she looked at the
    sky, making her long hair fall backwards.
    Danjuma followed after her and wrapped his
    hand around her body. He looked straight into
    her eyes, and placed a kiss on her cheeks
    ‘Nine years ago, I was standing here when I …’
    ‘Shhh… Quiet’ Danjuma hushed, ‘let’s just enjoy
    this silence and the cool breeze’
    ‘I …’ A cry interrupted her and she paused to
    listen carefully. The cry became louder, it was
    the cry of an infant.
    The couple looked at each for a moment before
    they traced the sound carefully. They saw a
    woman lying helplessly under a tree with a baby
    laid on a wrapper spread beside her. The couple
    quickly rushed to the scene.
    The lady, actually a teenager was almost gasping
    for breath when they got to her. A faint smile
    appeared on her face as she saw the couple, she
    turned her face to look at the baby and looked
    back at the couple.
    ‘Her name is…’ She coughed out heavily.
    Deborah knelt beside the teenager and gently
    placed her back on her hand, trying to calm her
    down. ‘What happened?’
    ‘I named her Omotara’ the teenager struggled to
    speak.

    #this story will be posted every Monday, wednesday and Friday

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