My Sugar Baby - Episode 15 by Ngozi Lovelyn

Dimma reached home, went straight to her room, locked herself inside and began sobbing.
Her mother decided to allow her be.

"Just let her be. The poor thing has been through enough" Dee Ikenna said, feeling pity for Dimma

"Yes, that's why I decided to leave her alone. She is my daughter and very strong, soon she will come out of it"

"Ngozi, tell me, hope Ugonna is not making plans of marrying that woman's daughter?"

And Ngozi hummed: "To tell you the truth, I'm scared of my son's future. I don't know what he sees in that Diogor. He has made it clear to me that she is the one he will be marrying."

"That will never happen. I will talk him out if it"

"Hmm, I don't think there will be need talking to him. You know my son and how stubborn he can be when making decisions. Anyways, it won't still be a harm to try. I hope he listens to you."

"What about Dimma, now she missed the exam, what is she going to be doing now?"

"That I don't know. I just hope she reconcile with her brother and return to the restaurant. They should be working together as siblings. I hope she will listen to me this time.. I just hope, cos she can't be staying at home doing nothing" she said as they remained silent, having so many things going on in their minds.

Dimma sobbed for close to 26 minutes and decided to console herself. She began thinking on what to do with her life from that moment.
She then thought of opening her own restaurant business.
"But won't that require huge sum of money?"

When she relayed her decision to her mother, she objected it.

"You should be thinking of returning to your brother's restaurant and not opening another one"

"Mama, that business is Ugonna's own. I will leave it once I get married, that means I don't have any business of my own. I want to establish this business so that I will use it to fend for myself and also sponsor myself through school. So that your son won't have any reason to accuse me of stealing his money again. I need to have my own business" she continued persuading her.

After seeing reasons in what she said, Ngozi then tried advising her to look for another business instead of the one she had in mind.

"But why restaurant? Why not look for another business, like opening a shop in the market. You can sell provisions, foodstuffs or even Ladies wears"

"No Mama, and besides, I don't know anything about them. I'm sure I will do well in restaurant. All I need is money. Just help me and borrow from your meeting members, in few months time, I will pay them back."

Ugonna wasn't happy when he heard the news about Dimma opening her own restaurant because, he knew what that means.. Continue

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