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The Mechanics Of Yenagoa (III)

The Mechanics of Yenagoa (III)

“Why, why, why? Why, why, why talk?” Saka sang at the top of his voice as he dismantled the dashboard of the Ford SUV he was working on. He was louder; way louder than Rihanna and Bryson Tiller doing the actual singing from the Toyota Highlander I was working on, which was the source of the music thrilling my boys and the few customers waiting to get their cars fixed. “Which one be why, why, why talk again, Saka? You…