My old sent me on an errand this morning to help her get a bundle of Ankara at a fabric store in ikeja. I got to the store, walked in and saw a woman there. Probably, she's the owner of the store because she looks like one.

Me: Ekaaro Ma

S.W: Kaaro Oko mi. Se Daada lo wa?
Me: Adupe ma. Mofe ra bundle aso yi (showing her the fabric picture from my phone)

S.W: (Looking at my face now). Mabinu o, She omo idile suraka ni e ni ijebu-ode?

Me: (smiled).... Yes ma.

S.W: Odi-olowo abi?

Me: Beeni ma
SW: Ahn Ahn, Mo so na. (This time, hugging me and saying, "Omo Baba mi"

S.W: Bawo ni gbogbo nkan? Se Alafia lo wa?

Me: Adupe lowo olohun ma
S.W: Mo sa nwo pe oju yi jo oju eni mimo. Gbogbo yin ti ma n jora ju... Kilode (She left to bring the fabric).

As I was going, she gave me #5000 and her number. She said, "Gba, ko fi wo motor". I knelt down to thank her and left.

(Omo,see flex na💃💃💃💃💃).

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