(Final Episode 21) Village Teacher.… from Pit to the Palace!

Election was drawing closer. The people were excited that Bala had returned back as their candidates and pleaded with them not to get violent with the opposition party,

Bala: “We shouldn’t stoop low to their level by taking up weapons and fight. Let’s fight with our votes!”

The people cheered him,

“We are not thugs but good people. Patriotic citizens!”

They sang with his name.

Timothy barged into Captain Nwanze’s office; he was startled,

Captain Nwanze: “Timo, what’s the problem?”

Timothy seemed troubled; he was pacing about the office,

“Calm down and talk to me!”

Captain Nwanze headed him a bottled of chilled water, “Calm down and sit! You look one cursed with dysentery!”

Timothy: “If that was the curse that would have been better aii!”

Captain Nwanze: “shoot, I’m listening!” he sat on the table.

Timothy gulped the water again,

Timothy: “Do you know Bala is back campaigning?”

Captain Nwanze was shocked,

Captain Nwanze: “You’re joking right?”

Timothy: “I’ve never being this serious in my entire village life! The whole villagers have been following him up and down,” he flung himself on the chair.

Captain Nwanze walked around in silence,

“Captain what do we do? I’m so confused!”

Captain Nwanze leaned on the table,

Captain Nwanze: “So that bastard decided to go on in spite of our threat right?”

Timothy: “we should have killed him!”

Captain Nwanze sighed,

Captain Nwanze: “Don’t be a fool Timothy. You don’t do things like that!”

Timothy dropped his head,

Timothy: “I’m sorry!”

Captain Nwanze: “It’s okay,man!” he tapped, “I’ve got a plan. Come closer!” Timothy went closer as they spoke in whispers.


Bala had just finished from a hectic meeting. It was four days to elections,

Bala: “It’s high time I settled with Kyauta. I have tortured her and myself for too long.”

Instead of going home straight he stopped by hers. Her mother was outside when he entered the compound,

“Good evening, mama, “he prostrated,

Kyauta’s mother: “Oh, oh, my chairman!”

Bala was smiling, “You remembered us today?”

Bala: “mama, I didn’t forget you people o o! I have just been busy!” he smiled,

Kyauta’s mother:” I see!” she smiled back, “Kyauta went to get something down the road. You must have missed each other,” as she was talking Kyauta just entered, “Aha talk about the angel!”

Kyauta was shocked to see Bala,

Kyauta: “Good evening!” she handed her mother the parcel, “this is it, mama.”

Bala: “Evening, Kyauta!”

They sat down staring at each other not saying a word; her mother knew her presence was a barrier. She stood up,

Kyauta’s mother: “Nmmm, lemme go and rest I’ve had a long day! Good night,my chairman!”

That was her cue for leaving.

Bala: “Good night,mama!” he bent and bade her farewell.
They continued staring at each other seconds; Bala grunted,

Bala: “I came to see you!”

She nodded,

Kyauta: “Okay” they were unable to look at each other in the eyes. it was like a case of two teenagers in love but none having the guts to tell the other.

Bala Adam’s apple danced and pushed down the word he wanted to spew out as he swallowed spit,

“How’s the campaign going?” she asked.

Bala: Fine, fine. We thank God but it’s stressful.”

She sighed,

Kyauta: “I have been worried about you! “she had did let it out; it was no use lying to him. When he was abducted she felt like killing herself and the day he was released she rejoiced more than any other person even though he behaved like he had never seen her when she went to greet him.

Bala’s heart melted; he felt terrible and that was when he realized truly that he had been unfair to her.

Bala: “Thank you, “that was the only thing he could say.

She sighed,

Kyauta: “I can see that you’re happy without me!”She said with tears in her eyes, Bala looked away. That wasn’t true but he didn’t have the courage to tell her, “ so you’d know I can never love any other like I have love you and still love you! I have decided to get married to Captain!”

His heart skipped; it felt like a cut. He couldn’t believe what she had just said,

“Yes! I cannot continue to be like this! I don’t want to end up being the scorn of the village….”

Bala: “Bu…” the words didn’t come out.

Kyauta: “I know he isn’t a good man but I’ll bear the brunt of my actions! Good night and thank you for making me know the meaning of true love!” she stood up and walked towards her room.

Bala was glued to the stool he was on; he wanted to run after her but he couldn’t. With teary eyes he watched her disappear into her room. He stood up for the house, since that was the end of their relationship between him and Kyauta.


On his way to the house, the words of his father reechoed,

Baba: “And you’d better stop behaving like a child and go get back your girl. The girl has sacrificed a lot for you…There’s no but. She loves so much and she has sacrificed so much for you! Go and make up!”

The words echoed again and it forced a tear down his cheek,

He turned quickly running back to Kyauta’s house. As he entered the compound panting he saw that she had returned to where they had sat with her head on her laps she was sobbing. When she looked up and saw that it was him- she asked,

Kyauta: “Did you forget something?” she stood up as tears ran down her eyes,

He nodded,

Bala: “yes, I forgot you! I cannot live without you!” he rushed at her and hugged her tightly, “I’m sorry for ever doubting your love and sacrifice for me! I love you! I’m ready to be the father of your baby!”

She hugged him back sobbing-he was sobbing too.


It was now a day to election; Diko was crowded with security personals; the Military and the Police. It was a busy day for Bala and his people. They moved from one village to the other distributing items and talking to them. Clement was his spokesman,

Clement: “Let’s refuse to sell our votes for stipends. Let’s not mortgage the future of our children! Vote wisely!”

Timothy and his people on the other hand, were busy spreading the sermon of violence and giving gifts of cash. They distributed money to all the villages in Gurara local government. And the people welcome them wholeheartedly.

Bala was worried as he retired for the day,

Bala: “Clay, I’m worried oo!”

Clement: “about?”

Bala” Timothy and his men are having upper hand!”

Clement: “No don’t be pessimistic. There’s nothing as such!”

Bala: “But they are giving money to them and it seems the people are carried away by that!”

Clement laughed,
Clement: “ You’re talking as if you aren’t a Nigerian! My friend, relax; God is behind you and the people are just after the cash. They’ll vote for you! They believe in you!”

He smiled.

As he got home, he met Kyauta waiting for him,
Kyauta: “Guess what?”
Bala flung himself on the bed he was tired all he wanted was a sweet night sleep.

Bala: “I’m tired!” she jumped on him.

Kyauta: “I know but I still want you to g-u-e-ss!”

Giggling as she tickled him,

Bala: “Oh,oh!! Why are women like this?”

Kyauta:”I went to the clinic for the pregnancy test and guess what?”

Bala: “ It is a boy?” he smiled.

Kyuata: “ Yeaa..nope!”

Bala: “twins?”

Kyauta grinning,

Kyauta: “ Naaah!”

He turned her over,

Bala: “Ooooh! Save me out of my misery now!” it was his turn to tickle, she laughed and laughed and pleaded,

Kyauta: “Please! Please!” laughing.

Bala: “would you tell me?” she nodded.

Kyauta: “I’m not pregnant!”

He couldn’t believe his ears. It sounded too good to be true,

Bala: “Quit joking. It’s not funny!”

Kyauta: “I’m not joking. The test came out negative! It said it was change of hormones in my system!”

He screamed and carried her up as they kissed passionately.


It was the day the country has been waiting for but the local government elections were to be held first before the gubernatorial elections then that of the president would follow. The people of Gurara weren’t left out of the tension that grasped the whole country. No one believed that the Military era was going for good.

Bala’s political party had provided guards for him, mobile police officers that followed him everywhere. Voting didn’t start on time. In some villages under Gurara local government ballot boxes came at noon. Proper voting started around one while accreditation didn’t start until eleven in the morning but the people were very patient everyone wanted to be part of history.

Around two in the evening thugs went around the twenty five wards under Gurara including Diko harassing voters and the electoral officers. In some of the villages there was exchange of bullets between the security forces and the thugs who were well equipped and they injured most of the security men.

The boxes were aligned in a secret room in hideout; as the men stuck into the boxes fake voters sheets; a car arrived and they all stood at alert with their weapons ready for a shoot out,

Captain Nwanze appeared with Timothy following behind; he was on mufti.

Timothy: “Captain you’re smart ooo! How did you even discover this place?”

Captain Nwanze laughed,

Captain Nwanze :”Do you think they call me the viper for nothing!”

They laughed.

One of the men yelled, “Who goes there!?”

Captain Nwanze and Timothy appeared,

Captain Nwanze: “Easy boys!”

“Shun sir!” they hailed him.

Captain Nwanze: “How is it going?”

They gave him situation report and he was pleased. By four in the evening, the men returned the boxes and threatened the people and the electoral staff not to say a word about what happened.

Bala after receiving situation report shrugged and said,

Bala: “well, whatever happens that is what God wants it,” he said to the people he was with.

Clement jumped in and said,

Clement: “That’s nonsense! Why would humans just choose to be evil?”

Another man sighed and said, “Bala is right there’s nothing we can do!”

After the elections before the declaration of results. There was dancing and singing in Timothy’s compound. The compound was filled to the brim with supporters singing his praises. When Timothy entered the happy supporters left him up and threw him up as they were screaming and dancing.

Captain Nwanze: “ I told you that Bala would cry! He is but a loser!” they were having a drink in Captain Nwanze”s house. It was all merriment galore for them.

The part of Diko and most of the wards that supported Bala were gloomy. That day everyone went to bed early. If that was the democracy the elder statesmen were gunning for then they preferred the autocratic Military era.

Bala entertained many visitors; they all came to console him,

An old man said: “I know this election was rigged in my village, ballot boxes were snatched and later returned at gun point. I even heard some officials were bribed.

Bala smiled and said,
Bala: “I leave everything in God’s hands!”

After everyone had dispatched, Kyauta stayed back.

Kyauta: “Baby, don’t let it bother you, please,” Bala sighed.

Bala: “I won’t deny I’m worried!”

Kyauta: “I know but just as you have been telling people God has a reason for allowing this happen!”

Bala sighed again,

Bala: “when all this is over I’d seek for a transfer to Kaduna where I really need a change of environment!”

She nodded her head,
“the next thing on my mind right now is getting married to you,” he turned and look at her she became cold and quiet, he knelt down holding her hands, “will you marry me?”

She couldn’t give him a definite answer; tears spoke for her. It was a definite yes!

That night a day before the announcement of result, a young Military officer worked into the office of one of the colonel, who was the personal assistant to the state’s sole administrator,

Colonel: “Yes, can I help you?”

The young Military officer marched in and saluted,

He said: “I have a confession sir about the Gurara local government elections. It was rigged!”

Colonel: “How do you mean?”

“I was the one who spearheaded it. I was in charge!”

The news was everywhere especially on radios. Bala was declared the winner. The officer who confessed gave evidence and Timothy was disqualified and arrested.

Captain Nwanze was arrested charged with murder and corrupt practices; he was to be hanged while Timothy served ten years in prison. And the officer who confessed was given a year. It was Maku that was the officer; Captain Nwanze had threatened him when they had a dispute over a girl.

Bala became the first democratic chairman of Gurara local government and Clement became his P.A the two friends on the same day got married to their wives,

Pastor: “Clement, it is okay!” the congregation smiled as he didn’t want to stop giving his wife.

After a year, Bala and Kyauta gave birth to a very handsome son, who was nicknamed Chairman for he looked very much like his father,

Kyauta: “You ba? You stole my son from me right?” I’m the mother, i have him in my tummy for Nine months, yet he came out and look exact copy of his father. Na wa oo. she said at the hospital and they all laughed.

Nigeria returned to Democracy and things were doing just fine. After three years of being Chairman, Bala was awarded as the best local government chairman in the country and Gurara was called the small London of Nigeria because of how he developed the local government. All the villages had light, water and good schools. He was working tirelessly so the state university would be situated at his local government.

WINNERS’ LIST –  (Still compiling them.. Results will be out tomorrow. Apologies! We were busy with the New Year Rice & Stew, but not plastic rice though *lol)

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  1. The patience Dog always eat the fattest bone.”Bala was declared the winner”
    Kyauta and Bala u deserve 2 b happy because u guys are. ” Destined For Greatness”.
    thank u Adelove you guys made my night

  2. Wow a happy ending
    Thanks Adelove but it’s not fair oh,eating rice and chicken alone.I suspect it is plastic rice or buhari rice ni,that rice that has stones lol enjoy and happy happy new year.I love u guys

    • Pheeewww! What a Story. God is a faithful God. More ink to your pen @adelove and crew. Keep it up. You are indeed an inspiration

  3. Understood adelove!!!!!

    “We were busy with the New Year Rice & Stew, but not plastic rice though *lol ”

    To comment turn to something else tonight since 2hrs ago I have read the last episode

    Nice one………

  4. its just according to my predictions.
    Thanks to Adelove and his crew for the stories. its always making my day

  5. Finally I accessed d page. Wat an interesting story, wen d ways of a man pleases God he makes even his enemies to b at peace wit him, u see wat d confession of maku did. Adelove u rock, pls send my own rice and stew ooo

  6. I said it earlier that Kyauta is not pregnant, i thank God for Bala and clement and for captain nwanze and timothy,their punishment serve them right because the wages of sin is death.
    Kudos to ADELOVE.

  7. Wow! Beautiful story I like d turn of events between kyuata and bala,and den clement and patience and as for captain Nwanze he thought he was always going to have his way God punish! Him

  8. Ladies should learn from kyuata to stop helping their men when it come them compromise with evil God has a way of help the helpless love cover multitude of sin. Adelove nice pics thanks

  9. Waoh what a happy ending.,… Very interesting story….. Adelove and crew may God bless you all…. Happy new year once again

  10. what a beautiful story with a heart warming ending.. aM too happy. especially that kyauta isnt pregnant..plus Bala winning the election and justice took its cause in captain and timothy’s case. Adelove una too much. keep it coming. thanks for making me have something to look forward to.

  11. Bala am happy for u and kyauta, they say who God as bless no one can distroy. am gland u both end together and for clement u are such a good friend who stood by ur friend in gud and bad. thanks Adelove all start well and end well.

  12. What a sweet ending I said it Bala will emerged the winner and ofcos him and kyauta will surely reconcile,and Timothy and captain cannot do anything.thanks Adelove.com u are d best

  13. Wow! Wow! It’s really interesting. Just as God silent ur enemies permanently, so shall God permanently silent my enemies forever. IJN. Adelove and crew, I salute una oo. Stay bless

  14. At the end, everyone received appropriate reward just as it should always be. Shame on Timothy. Diana was the one that used you, yet, it was Bala you decided to give your anger.
    Captain should be hanged in public and his corpse left for vulture to devour. His insanity was excess. Evil pays no one.

    I am very happy for Bala and Clement. Love conquereth all.

  15. Nice one Ade.love…. Congratulations Bala……. Kyauta: “I have been worried about you! “she had did let it out;
    it was no use lying to him. When he was abducted she felt like
    killing herself and the day he was released she rejoiced more
    than any other person even though he behaved like he had
    never seen her when she went to greet him.
    Bala’s heart melted; he felt terrible and that was when he
    realized truly that he had been unfair to her

  16. What can I do without Adelove? I get all I need from this blog, thanks. Another story please, we need your stories to help us survive this January.

  17. What a nice story….. Nice ending. Patience is the key to everything in life though there will be ups and downs but bala and kuyauta overcome the battle

  18. Wao….. I’ve finally been able to access the page.
    It pays to be patient, bala and kyauta finally made and are happy again. Justice to captain and Timothy. What a heart warming ending.
    Kudos to adalove……

  19. Aww…a happy ending. Anyway, it was expected shaa…looking forward to more n better stories this year…thank u so much Adelove

  20. what an interesting story! so happy to follow this group no bored/ dull moments, keep up d good work Adelove crew thy lord is ur strength. see the downfall of a mighty captain, true love conquer all hindrances . big congrats to Bala & Kyauta u both thought us to love unconditionally. hoping for a much more interesting stories.

  21. Wow a happy ending,from pit to palace.but adelove it’s not fair oh eating your rice and chicken alone.I suspect it is plastic rice or buhari rice,rice with stones lolzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.thanks so much guys,I love you guys my number1.network delayed my comments badly

  22. Wow! All is well that ends well. Thank God that everything ended well for Bala and his friend. Nice story Adelove. More ink to your pen.

  23. what a happy ending,is good for someone to rely on God only that is what that gave bala edge over timothy and he also did well by not letting down his supporter and gurara people.thanks to adelove for this motivational story,more power to your elbow,more knowledge shall be yours and your entire team.

  24. congrat to bala nd kyauta love is about evrything in dis world……more grace to yur elbow adelove nd crew ….looking forward for a new fanstantic story

  25. Kyauta: “You ba? You stole my son from me right?” I’m the mother, i have him in my tummy for Nine months, yet he came out and look exact copy of his father. Na wa oo. she said at the hospital and they all laughed.
    Nice & happy ending! great work @ AdeLove & Co.

  26. I just want to appreciate adelove crew for their consistent and the way their story is being posted back to back, well done! I did enjoyed this wonderful story from start to Finnish. more ink to your pen!

  27. What a happy ending, love is indeed a beautiful thing, it conquers all obstacles so long as it is true love. Captain Nwaeze got what he deserves, as for Timothy, that serves him right. Adelove crew, keep it up, you guys are the best, I am learning everyday from your inspiring and educating stories. Happy new year

  28. Wow!!! Interesting, it is good to trust in God.
    Happy New Year to everyone.
    Adelove’s story where one forgets sorrow. Keep it up!!! God bless you real Good.

  29. chaii! Is good to stand for truth,see where it got Bala.A great ending for a great story.Adelove crew ,you are just amazing

  30. Hmmmmmm, all I can say is that am happy wit d ending. Love prevail on the two friends side. Weldone adelove n crew. Give u kudos

  31. i knw democracy must come and someone close must save bala from the incoveniences of captain nwanze but all thankz to adelove and crew for making the new year a blissful 4 all the fans

  32. Wow nice story with nice ending. Kudos to you Adelove and crew, pls I have not received the prize for being among the winners of Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday comments

  33. Kudos Adelove. What a happy ending. The saying that ” the wages of sin is death ” became very apparent. No sin that was committed went unpunished. Weldone Adelove and thank you for rewarding patronage. I won before and hope to win again. Thanks

  34. Adelove And Crew I Love U People So Much Even Without Given Us D Gift, I Am Happy With Dis Wisdom U Av Given Us, I Really Learn Alot In All Ur Storys Even Sometimes I Wonder How U People Do It But I Leter Knw Is God Gift. Wel I Pray Dat Ur Wisdom Wil Nvr Dry, God Wil Continu To Strengtin U And We Ur Fans Will Continu To Mk U Happy Even As U Use To Mk Us All Happy. Thanks I Love U Adelove And Crew, Which To Join U People,,. Lol

  35. Victory, triumph i like those words….. one day the oppressed in our nation shall become the victorious ones. Thanks Adelove crew this story gives me a ray of hope that one day our political leaders who are dubious will pay for their crimes and we the oppressed will be free…i will be bala n my oppressors shall be like Timothy and the captain

  36. Love conquer all for Bala and kyuata, No evil goes unpunish for Capital nd Timothy! Adelove u are a fantastic writer..Kudos d boss of friction stories

  37. Woo! This is great.. big congratulations to the both friends Bala And Clement and shame to the Captain and his group. Godbless you Adelove and your crew. What an interesting story!

  38. Nice ending…I knew it will end this way because I believe true love still exist….kudos to you guyz more grease to your elbow…

  39. wow!! wat a happy ending..
    my siblings always complain about me pressing my phone everyday not knowing it is adelove dat do keep me busy… God bless u guys
    expecting my new year gift oo

  40. Bala my main man and kyuata my lady, am so happy for u and dat serve captain,Timothy and maku well…. Tnk u Adelove and welcome to my month..January baby

  41. To God b d glory…… he who laughs last laughs best. surely dere was light at the end of d tunnel for Bala and Kyaunta. Wat an amazing story. Kudos to Adelove and his crew. Happy New Year everyone

  42. Hmmmm, thank God for Bala & Kyauta, i pray that God judges & ends all Nwanzes, Maigaris, Makus, Timothys in Nigeria. More grease to your elbow Adelove. Happy New Year.

  43. “..Don’t compare yourself negatively with the giants or
    anyone else, rather, use them as models. Then get on with
    whatever it is you can accomplish with your life, and give it
    everything you have.”..Bala and Clement just dd and became role models..
    nice one Adelove..very interesting,educative and inspirational package.

  44. Hummm, what a wonderful ending. So happy for Bala and Clement. I wish Nigeria my beloved country would get a good leader who would turn things around for good like Bala. Thanks Adelove.

  45. Thank God for everything.. at last the will of God perfected everything in the life of Bala and his wife. Glory be to God.

  46. Adelove Hmmmmm hpy New Year God bless you really good so much appreciate God for the gift and wisdom you got I pray more of it for you this year

  47. Please friends, I don’t know how to claim my prize here #3000. I have been away for days now and am back but found out as a friend here told me am one of the lucky winners. Please some should guide me on how to receive my prize.

  48. Sorry for my comment came late, i notice something that is very important, the question of who is ur parent? Look at the life of Bala if not for the father it wouldn’t have end well, look at the life of kyautu, if not for the parent that settle the rancor between her and d friend she fought in the stream, it wouldn’t have end well, look at Diana how her parent destroy her life by forcefully pulling her to Bala without a further consultation. I want to say a very big thank you to God and Adelove crew, kudos.

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