Mama Why season 2 episode episode 28 (The End) by Ngozi Lovelyn
While Ogechi continued having Ndubuisi on her body, Okwuchi got some water and a towel.
She dipped the towel in the water and started wiping his face.
Ogechi requested her to hand her the towel, so she can do it herself, since she was more balanced.
And Okwuchi left it for her.
Just like the native doctor said, Ndubuisi started regaining himself.
It took him 8 hours to fully return to his normal self.
When he first opened his eyes, they set on Ogechi who was napping, as her left hand placed carefully on his stomach, while her right hand curved his round his head.
He picked her left hand and placed it gently on his chest, patting it lightly.
Ogechi who felt a movement opened her eyes immediately, studying his face to know if he was getting better.
And Ndubuisi first gave her a smile, understanding her facial reactions.
“I am fine now, my love” he said softly, fixing a look with Ogechi who had emotions all over her face
“You mean you are fine, like fully Ok?” Ogechi asked in haste of her voice
“Yes, I am” Ndubuisi responded, gently getting up from her lap and drew her to his arms.
And she fell into soft tears again.
“It’s Ok now baby. My heart broke into pieces when I lifted my hand on you. I couldn’t control it. You still had your wounds from the accident and yet, my hand which was only supposed to pamper you with love, found it way to hitting you, I am so sorry”
“Shh…don’t apologise my king” Ogechi said, using her finger to block his lips “You didn’t do anything wrong. I’m happy to realise that, I’m the only woman in your heart. I can bear any pain, so far I remain the queen of your heart.” Ogechi said with a gentle smile as Ndubuisi drew her even tighter as they shared a brief romantic moment.
“Mama has been worried sick, let’s go and meet her” Ogechi said to Ndubuisi who was so reluctant to leave her skin
Okwuchi was sleeping on the couch when Ndubuisi tapped her, calling, mama.
She jumped from her sleep, looking at Ndubuisi.
She started observing him, to know if he was fully ok.
“I am fine now mama” Ndubuisi said
“Are you sure? You are fully ok now? You are fully my son, now?” Okwuchi asked, feeling deeply sad for everything
“I am good” Ndubuisi repeated
In tears, Okwuchi started apologising for everything and then giving her the atmosphere to confess all the things she did to Ogechi.
She expected them to look shocked and mad with anger, but they maintained cool.
“It’s like you didn’t hear a word I said?” Okwuchi asked, confused, wondering why they were still looking normal and calm after hearing everything she said
“Mama, I already knew she was innocent. Though, I’m madly hurt that, I failed to listen to her when she was trying to bring to my knowledge that, someone was after our marriage. I should have stood by my wife”
When Ogechi noticed that, the situation was beginning to make them sad again, she decided to interrupt them, by requesting everyone to forget the past and be happy. That it was time for celebration.
And Ndubuisi concurred.
“But mama, you still did not make any mistake. You chose the best for me and I’m glad I listened to you. Ogechi is perfect. I couldn’t have asked for a better wife” Ndubuisi said, giving Ogechi a warm romantic look, giving her a wink
And she got shy.
“Come here” Ndubuisi softly requested
And this got Ogechi even more uncomfortable, signaling him that mama was there.
Ndubuisi smiled, moving closer to her. Ogechi continued looking shy, facing the floor.
Okwuchi understood her difficulties and burst into laughter
“Ndubuisi, stop making my daughter uncomfortable, I will flog you o” She said jokingly, amidst laughing tone
Ogechi and Ndubuisi burst into laughter.
Okwuchi moved closer to them as they all hugged together.
She then blessed Ogechi, pouring all her motherly love on her.
And Ndubuisi and Ogechi lived happily ever after, without facing any serious issues in her marriage again.
Her mother was right.
Women pass different stages in their marriage.
Ogechi’s trying phase came earlier in her marriage. But with her God by her side, she was able to scale through. She kept calling and believing in her God who never disappointed her.
Those who trust in the Lord are never forgotten.
Tears may come in the night, but surely, joy never delays to come in the morning.
There is always a light at the end of every tunnel.
Mama Why proudly written by Ngozi Lovelyn
To God be the Glory
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Wow…finally. I am so happy for the ending. True love last forever. Destiny may face some challenges but can never delayed. Thank you Ngozi Lovelyn for this wonderful piece
What a happy ending!
I have learned to be patient, brave,bold and courageous………..
Love conquer all.
Ogechi is my favorite character!
God bless Ngozi lovely,more inspiration 🙌🙌
Woooooooow…beautiful story. I believe love conquers all. Be bold and courageous and confident and prayerful and strong willed. Thank you Ngozi Lovelyn for another powerful story
My favourite character is Ogechi. She is bold
Thank God for the success of the story, have been following the story since last year, more greese to ur elbow, more wisdom to do more. This is indeed a story for everyone to learn from, patience is the key to have a happy marriage, thank u so much Aunty Ngozi