It was now twenty years after Uche and Femi were separated and an election year. The air was tense and hectic with violence and assassinations. Three political parties were prominent for the highest Federal seat. Femi’s seemed most likely to get the seat having won the heart and favour of the global society; Femi was his party’s candidate while Uche was the candidate of one of the other two. The party Uche belonged to was fronting him a second time after losing the first by a whisker. Voters had liked Uche at the time for his intelligence and amiable looks. His reaction to his mother’s death won him more affection than criticism about her declaration. Still, the other majority party’s maneuvering of votes paid off.
While Uche and Femi fought hard for their individual interest in their debates and campaigns the public had no clue of their secret feelings towards each other. And even though the attempts on Femi’s life and those of his families’ and his party members’ persisted but failed, Femi became the President of his country…. conclude this story in INTROSPECTIONS