Impossible is Possible!
Finally, the era of moving from one country to another in the name of war had come to an end. It was time for him to teach the younger troops what it meant to be ready for the days of war. He was no longer in that position to be running from one enemy’s camp to another; his time of rest had indeed arrived. Best of all, he was going to be constantly available for his family.
Two years and the place still felt so new to him. After his return from Sudan, he was posted to the Northern part of the country at the Jagi Station in Kaduna State. His wife Victoria had joined him from Lagos State barely three months after his return. They found a beautiful four-bedroom apartment not too far from the station so that his family did not have to continue living in the barracks like they used to when he was away all those years. He wanted to give his family more of a unique family unit ambience. His daughters were not particularly excited about the move from Lagos down to Kaduna because most of their friends were in Lagos but with time, they had actively discovered some of their classmates in the boarding house who also resided in Kaduna. Once in a while, he yielded to their request of spending a few days with their friends in Lagos and that was only granted for those he knew their parents.
To be continued…