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Must Read: My Missing Rib (The Stranger) - Season 1 - Episode 11
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Adam came out from his room when Mr Stanley picked the call. His dressing was totally odd and.. and.. I wish you could see him: he wore a voluminous short skirt with white stockings which length got to his knees. On his feet were his usual black shores. He wore a white shirt which he tucked in properly in the skirt and combed his beards too. His chewing stick never departed from his mouth.


"What do you mean by nobody?" Mr Stanley was still asking on the phone while others, especially his wife stared at him.


"Mr Stanley, how much do you love your son?" Lawrence asked.


"My son?!" Mr Stanley stood up. Hearing that, others also stood up sharply staring at him in anticipation, then Adam moved closer to him. "Please, i love my son so much, where is he?"


"Good, you will see him sooner than you think if only you comply and co-operate"


"Please, anything"


"You will pay a ransom of two billion naira in less that two weeks"


"Two.. two.. two what?! Where do you expect... hello.. hello..." the line had gone dead already then Mr Stanley brought down the phone slowly.
He couldn't do anything but to stare at everybody with an open mouth.


"My husband, have they seen my son?" the wife moved closer.


"Sir, who called you?" Judeson added.


"Master, let the cat out of the bag?" Adam anxiously removed his chewing stick.


"Nobody called me" Mr Stanley replied then judeson, Celestina and Mrs Stanley glanced at one another as to say: IS HE GETTING MAD?


"My husband you just received a phone call now. Why saying nobody called you?" the wife asked.


"I mean she said her name is Nobody" Mr Stanley replied with an open arms.


"So what did the Nobody say?" Adam asked.


"She said that she has my son, Steve"


"Heeii! Thank God!" Mrs Stanley raised her hands up.


"I said it!" Adam began. "That nobody can estimate the memorandum philosophy of existentialism which emerged in it's contemporary form in Paris following World War II. At first, it appeared to be a philosophical fad whose practitioners expounded their thoughts in cafes far removed from the professional precincts of university philosophers. But now it has gained momentum by invading virtually every form of human thought and expression uproariously..."

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