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Story: PASSWORD Season 2Ep4


password Season 2Ep4

©Aaron Ansah-Agyeman

Laughing crazily together, and conversing with mad topics, the two of them trampled on every little portion of the room for John’s head.

The Director screamed and shouted, but they did not listen to him.

Maa Abena watched, shocked to the very foundations of her soul.
Eventually, Kofi spread out on the floor, tired.

Baluu came to lie by his side, and very soon, shockingly, both of them fell asleep on the floor!
“Seems I owe you an apology!” Nurse Elsie said to Director Dovlo with a curl to her upper lip. “I was rash. Your new treatment seems to be working perfectly!”

Doctor Bobo Dovlo took hold of the metal bars and shook them hard whilst making incorrigible sounds.

After a moment he turned away, his face made ugly by the extreme jealousy in his b----t, and by the strong sense of failure corroding his soul like undiluted acid on metal!

He had failed! He had wanted Baluu to beat that little brat to pulp, but it had failed woefully!
But it wasn’t over yet. Maybe it was better that it had ended this way because there had been too many eye-witnesses. Next time, Kofi Kuntu, it wouldn’t be so easy, he whispered under his breath as his sense of failure and anger consumed him.

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Nii Lin watched the Director moving away and laughed softly.
“Well, well, well!” he said. “That motherfucker!”

“Please, you have to take Kofi out,” Maa Abena said tremulously. “Baluu’s mind can change anytime. If he wakes up before Kofi, he will definitely kill him.”

“That’s well said, young lady,” said Atakora Nana, the head of security. “But who’s going in there to save him? Definitely not me!”
Elsie Ansah put a shaking hand on Maa Abena’s shoulder.

“They’re right, my dear,” she said sombrely. “Baluu is too far away to fire a dart gun at him. If anyone dares go in there and he wakes up, he’ll kill whoever it is!”

Maa Abena looked around at the regretful faces of the men looking at her, and none of them made any attempt to go in there and get Kofi Kuntu.

She didn’t understand why she was feeling so protective of this Kofi boy anyway. Maybe it was because he was Ato’s friend. Maybe it was because Nii Lin knew him. Maybe it was because he had been so nice to her before the Director had a session with him.

But she knew one thing for a fact: Baluu never stayed in a friendly mood for long. The moment he woke up and saw Kofi Kuntu in his ward he would attack.

She licked her lips slowly.
“Please open the gridlock,” she said fearfully.

“Oh, no, no, no!” Nii Lin said with horror.

“My dear, goodness me, no!” Elsie said, terrified. “I can’t allow you to do this!”

“Why not?” Maa Abena asked. “Are we going to stand by doing nothing and see him murdered? No, please, I can’t do that. Please open the door!”

Atakora looked at Maa Abena as if she were mad, and then he motioned to one of the security men to open the gridlock.

When the padlocks came off Maa Abena took one of the dart guns and tiptoed into the ward.
“The moment he stirs please run back here!” Nii Lin said fearfully. “If you stay in there he’ll tear off your head.”

Maa Abena nodded, her throat dry, as she walked silently and carefully towards the two sleeping forms.

She got to them, and was reaching down to shake Kofi Kuntu when Baluu opened his eyes.
Maa Abena gasped, petrified, but she did not flee.

She was shaking terribly as she looked into the murderous eyes of the killer.

Baluu suddenly sat up with a violent motion.

Behind her she could hear Elsie and the others screaming and shouting at her to retreat, but she was rooted to the spot with fear.
“Ei, no be small!” Baluu said softly, almost gently. “So the oluman shingo de shingo sent you to come and cut off my head like John the Baptist, eh?”

Kofi opened his eyes just then, turned his head, and saw the awful spectacle around him.
“Oh, my God!” Kofi whispered with horror. “My God, Maa Abena! What are we doing here with Baluu?”

“Shut up, Kofi!” Maa Abena quavered, horror all over her face.
 “Please, we need to make a run for it, please, otherwise he’ll kill both of us!”

“Ei, no be small!” Baluu shouted, looking at Kofi. “So, you’re the one that eats women in the dark! I see you now! You’re the ghost, osaman kanto, osaman atopa! I see you now!”

Kofi was terrified!

He jumped to his feet, and Baluu let out a huge scream of fury, scaring Maa Abena.

He was on his feet in a flash, and he wrapped both of his giant hands around Kofi’s throat and began to squeeze!

Kofi was choking. He could barely breathe!

He held Baluu’s hands and tried to prise his fingers loose, but they were like vice bands.

“I’ll kill you, you Akwesi Jesus, you Osaman Atopa!”

Kofi was beginning to see hazes as death knocked on his door. He knew that it would take less than a minute for him to die now.

He fought furiously but to no avail as Baluu’s fingers tightened harder around his throat, choking off all air.

Maa Abena was so badly scared that she screamed with horror and pointed the dart gun at Baluu, and then she fired rapidly, over and over again.

Eight darts hit Baluu’s back and arms, discharging their sedative solutions into him.

He turned his crazed eyes on Maa Abena and smiled nastily.

“Ei, no be small!” he said, his voice slurred, his eyes going out of focus. “The daughter of the harlot has cut off my adonigans! When I kill this rat completely, it is gonna be your turn. I’ll skin you like wele!”

And then he toppled forward and fell down heavily, still holding Kofi’s throat, but his fingers were loose and slack now. Kofi kicked himself away from the huge form of Baluu who was now out cold due to the darts.

Maa Abena was trembling badly and she dropped the dart gun. She took faltering steps forward, straight into Kofi’s arms.

She began to weep tremulously as reaction set in, and her fear found a release.

Kofi held her gently and rubbed her back.

“Thank you, Abena,” he whispered unsteadily. “You came back for me. Thank you!”


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