Loving Ammah

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Chapter 38

Ammah's POV

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I was right. All along what me and Faisal needed was communication. We were always living in this perfect life, cutest couple ever, goals, and whatnot but deep down we didn't trust each other.. (Or he didn't trust me) enough to tell me what he is going through.

Now he is opening up to me as I sit crossed leg between his stretched legs. He leans his back on a tree behind him as he entwined our fingers. His eyes is still blazing red as he kiss my knuckles then start.

"Amma and Dahiru Ringim met at a friends wedding. Amma had gone to represent her family since everybody was out of town while HIM on the other hand was attending the wedding cause he was in town. They met, it was love at first sight. After two years of dating they decided to make things official. They got married after two months, it was a grand wedding since my grandfather, Muhammadu Ringim was rich, he was the commander of the Nigerian police at that time, he was extremely close to the president since the were buddies in school back then.

After amma married HIM, they moved to Senegal where they lived for six months, then to India and Europe. He is a business man which means always travelling here and there. Amma was tired of travelling, changing places, adjusting and everything so she asked HIM to please let her settle in one place and that was Abuja." he said and takes a deep breath.

"Hear is something I never told anyone even my best friend" he said "I had an elder sister" he said and I didn't know how to react. Should I be shocked, happy or worried?

"Where is she?" I asked in a tiny voice.

"They killed her" he cried

"Who?" I asked curiously.

"The people who kidnapped me.. They killed my elder sister.. They killed her!"

"Who are they?" I take the risk to ask. One part of me wants to know but the other part doesn't want to know. I'm scared.. To know the truth. What if the truth changes everything between us. What if the truth is connected with my past or life?

"Wudil...."

And he didn't have to continue his sentence.

I already know what he is talking about.

Inallilahi waina ilaihi rajiun!


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