Chapter 4 (the revolution).
At this point, Agunbiade left the woman’s sight without saying a word. He was very frustrated and started to see that the only problem is the ultimatum for the journey without seeing the search for the boy as problem.
He started his journey as he murmur to himself words of encouragement and the likes. He began the search and His first thoughts was for him to go to kayode to tell him about what happened to the boy which he did, while he was talking to kayode of his incident,kayode reveals his real identity to him and told him his reason for not telling him at their first meeting. He told agunbiade that such dreams he had means that he needed to go on that journey and he must meet Aare who is the representative of the ancestors from the other world. Kayode told him that the reason for him to meet Aare is that; when Aare was coming to the world the ancestors sent him to the one going to Aiyetoro to deliver the food which he was given to him by Aare.
Now Agúnbiadé at this point was very surprised because he didn’t touched the food and he himself can’t explain the reason for that. He told this to kayode and kayode said the reason is for him to deliver the food as sacrifice along with the boy he’s on a search for.
Kayode told him to continue his search and the food must not get off his sight not for once and he also told him to keep the old woman’s warnings.
Agúnbiadé left kulende in search for the boy immediately. He traveled on and on feeding only on fruits and edibles he finds while traveling. After three days, Agúnbiadé found the boy at a point when he almost gave up the ghost as series of happenings had happened to him and had also been affected by the harsh weather, hunger and other natural pains.
He was very happy to find him and finally he’s on his journey back to fijabi his hometown.
Surprisingly to Agúnbiadé, he arrived at fijabi the day he found the boy.
Everyone was already worried what happened to him because the rumour of what happened to him had been heard through those coming into fijabi from kulende and Aiyetoro.
At fijabi, Agúnbiadé went to his home straight to see his wife and children and they were very happy to see him again because they had heard the news of his great journey as well.
Shortly, Agunbiade left home to old people’s place to know what and how the sacrifice will be done and they took the boy and the sacrificial food from him and told him to go to his home. Agúnbiadé insisted he would stay with the boy and the food till the sacrifice is done. They accepted his opinion so he waited till the next day which was when the sacrifice was done. Before he left the old people,they gave him words of encouragement of the type they do say to the one who lost a child, he doesn’t understand the reason for such condolences so he ignored and went home.
Agunbiade got home to realize he had lost his daughter moróuntódùn which made him so sad.
One day the village priest proclaim a revelation that the gods revealed to him that Agúnbiadé should be their King and the entitlement belongs to his family alone forever.
Agunbiade became the King, his wife became the Queen and his last son Soláadé is now a prince. The village of fijabi became more peaceful than before. Agunbiade and ìfélewà grew very old and they eventually died at there respective time so their son became King and the lineage continued like that forever. Everyone’s lives was peaceful and everyone live happily ever after.
WORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT FROM THE AUTHOR (EHMDEE).
No matter how great a man’s soul, he can never be told completely his destiny.Some lives have been foretold before Agúnbiadé that’s why Agunbiade is not just a king but a one sent Future King.
In life, the stories we have once been part of shall live long in the heart of some men,in the heart of those that benefited from our relationship or companionship with them.
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