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Rasinmi was on the balcony looking downstairs. His heart was beating fast. He knew he was on the cusp of solving a massive case. His men were all in position. He peered at his clock. It was 4:30 PM. Any moment now, she will walk through that gate, Rasinmi thought. Almost at the same time he saw a female figure walk through the gate. She looked afraid; cautious. Her eyes scanned the entire vicinity. She walked straight to the red building as she had been instructed. Once inside, she felt somewhat comfortable. She quickly climbed the stairs and went into Rasinmi’s office. “Are you Miss Grace Adighibon?” Rasinmi asked. “Yes sir. Pleased to meet you.” “Pleased to meet you too. You don’t have to be afraid. The state governor has offered us full support. We have a place for you to stay for as long as possible. Your identity will not be disclosed until the case starts, should we be able to get an indictment based on your information. Once you disclose everything to me, I will take you to a safe place known only to me and a handful of my men.” “I really hope I can trust you sir. You see; one of my colleagues, Millicent Itere was working on this case with me and she went to someone in the police with her information and I have not seen or heard from her since then. I think she is dead. Her family is shattered over her disappearance. You can understand why I am being very careful.” “What do you mean when you say are working on the case?”

“I am a journalist sir. I was working undercover at the hotel for some time just to sift out the information I was after.” “I see. Which paper and what did you find out?” “I work for the Agudugba Tribune. Millicent and I have worked a lot of high profile cases. We were the ones that exposed the looting of five billion Shillings from the coffers of Isumen local government council. Do you remember that?” “I read of it in the paper. Now, what do you have on this case that is so precious? “The person that Dilingo met with at Enitona Hotel; we think she is the key to the governor’s murder. If you can get her to talk, you may open up a can of worms.” “And who might that be, young lady?” “It is Miss…” Boom!!!! A violent explosion went off taking the entire building down from its foundation. Fire erupted immediately gulping everything in the building. “Sir!” Shouted Rasinmi’s men who were positioned outside. They had to run backwards to keep from being blown away. The city skyline was deluged with smoke as the fire spread quickly.


Governor’s Lodge, Agudugba
“Mr. President, I am doing everything within my powers to maintain peace and calm in the state. There is no need to declare a state of emergency in Agudugba. I can assure you that,” Abugu pleaded with the president. “I am considering arresting Vincent Elemazu though…just for questioning.” “No Abugu. You cannot do that. People would see that as political witch-hunting and before you know it his supporters will take to the streets. We don’t need that. What we need is peace and calm, at least for now.” “But Mr. President, a good servant of this nation; a bright and honest policeman was killed in the cruelest of manners. I think we need to show that we take care of our own.” “You may have a point Abugu, but this is not the time. We need to tread cautiously until the tension in the state is defused.” “Okay, I will wait then.” “Fine, Mr. Governor. Let’s take things one step at a time. Put your best policemen on this case. We must find who is planning to detract our efforts to rebuild this nation. I know the opposition is behind this. They are not happy to have been booted out of office across the country by our party, so they are doing all they can to disturb the peace and quiet of our people. Agudugba is the economic hub of this great nation. We must not let them destroy it. Stay focused Mr. Governor. We will make arrests when we have substantial evidence to back up any allegations we may have. An arrest without strong evidence will make us look stupid.”
Mills Street Azon, Agudugba

“I am counting on you to have this gadget delivered to his office, Charity,” Vincent Elemazu said. “You have the right girl for the job sir,” she replied placing her finger over his mouth. She leaned over and kissed him. They were both in bed in one of Vincent’s many mansions in town. He rarely used hotels. That way, he stayed away from prying public eyes. “Good. I knew you could do it.” “Have I let you down before?” “We lost the election though. If we had gotten enough information during the campaign, maybe we would have had something with which to damage Maxwell’s image enough to steer most of the voters away from him.” “That was not my fault Vincent. I did all I could, but the man was as clean as fresh snow.” “Well, we have to take down Abugu by all means. Time is ticking. He is gaining popularity by the day. There has to be something we can dig up to help us smear his reputation beyond repair.” “I will plant the bug in his office sir, and everything he says in that office will be relayed to you. I will do my part, but I can’t control what the man says.” “Good. So, has he made a pass at you yet? I hear he can’t pass up anything in skirt.”

“The man is the governor now you know. If he is into that, then he is being very thorough because I have not spotted anything out of the ordinary…just yet. His wife is the only one he seems to be romancing right now.” “Until we find out what nobody else knows. Feel free to give him a hint. Offer him a sexual bait. You know what I mean. He may bite.” “I am not a toddler, Vincent.” “Good. I trust you.” “I am glad to hear you say that.” “So, you said he and Rasinmi had a chat a day before he was blown up?” “Yes. I transferred the call to the governor’s office. Rasinmi seemed in a haste to tell the governor something.” “And you did not manage to find out what their chat was all about?” “No. I would blow my cover to go about eavesdropping on the governor like that. I need to be more discrete.” “Okay, no problem. You do what you can with this gadget. It is going to give us our big break – our path back to the government house.” “And when that happens, where will my place be? In your bed or in some important office?” “I am not quite sure which one you prefer,” Vincent Elemazu teased. “You will take your pick when the time comes.” “How about both?” “Hmm!!! You want it all huh? I will be happy to give you both my dear,” Vincent answered with a malevolent smile.

About half an hour later, Vincent was on the phone with one of his men. “Kizinga! Charity has taken the gadget. She will have it planted in the governor’s office tomorrow. Once it is planted, we can hear everything that goes on in that office from your end. I want your best analysts on this. They should rummage through every word and every noise that comes from that office. We must nail Abugu.” “Yes sir. We will be on it. But sir, do you still trust Charity? She seems to be enjoying her place in the government house a great deal. What if she is working for both sides? If she squeals on us, we will be arrested before the crack of dawn tomorrow.” “You worry too much Kizinga. Charity and I have come a long way. She will not squeal on us. Keep an eye on her though. We can’t take any chances. Have one of your men tail her as often as possible. We need to know what she is up to in case she decides to play on both teams.” “I will see to that sir.”
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