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“Mom and Dad, this is Onyinyechi. Onyii, these are my lovely parents,” Wale said sounding very lively. “It is a pleasure to meet you Onyinyechi. We have heard so much about you. It is good to finally meet you,” Wale’s mother, Funke said. “Yes, we have been very expectant. My son has spoken very highly of you,” Wale’s father Adeyemi added. “I am very pleased to meet you two, sir and ma,” Onyinyechi said. She bent down slightly as she spoke in a clear attempt to mimic the Yoruba accent. She was eager to make a good impression. Wale had treated her with love beyond measure over the last three years. She could not breathe without him. She adored him beyond words. Marriage was on the cards, so they had traveled from Port Harcourt to Lagos to meet Wale’s parents.
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