Everybody in the house was crying when Akwasi carried Julie out of the door.
Adobea could barely breathe as she pushed the electronic wheelchair out and Akwasi gently put Julie in it.
Maame Baaba knelt on both knees and…
Julie admitted that Akwasi Dapaah had a beautiful home.
It was a flat, sprawling building with a lot of green grassy patches, replete with even a small garden.
“Your own place?” she asked with surprise when he drove into…
Jacob Acquah and Sandra looked up suddenly and saw Akwasi approaching.
Jacob’s eyes went to Akwasi’s car, and a sheepish look came to his face when he saw the ashen face of Julie through the clear windscreen.
Two days later, with monies contributed by Doctor Twumasi Dei and Akwasi Dapaah to settle her medical bills, Juliana Ohenewaa Dotse was released from the hospital.
She was still paralyzed from the waist down, and an…
Doctor Twumasi Dei, who had become very close to Julie now, informed her that it would be necessary for her to be discharged from the hospital so that he could give her medical attention at his private clinic.
Akwasi Dapaah came in and found Doctor Twumasi Dei sitting on the floor and weeping.
The young man was taken aback, and listened with increasing disbelief as the doctor and Julie told him about the strange man who had…
Even as she seemed to be burning up, the excruciating pain tearing up her insides and making her scream silently in pure agony, Julie noted that the stranger in the room was an extremely handsome young man.
He was wearing…
In the late afternoon Doctor Josh Aboagye and a nurse came to attend to Julie.
She took her medication, and then the doctor assured her that the specialist had arrived but was making some rounds to check on some surgery…
After more than two hours, they brought Julie back to the ward.
She listened to the doctor, and she refused to cry again.
She knew that if she started crying, she would never stop, and would simply die from crying.
Julie lay in bed and stared at them, and in her grief, she saw their predator-like expressions, all of them, and slowly her soul thrashed wildly in her body.
She fought hard to stay on a level keel, to assimilate the…