ASHE ZAMUGA JUNA Complete Document Written By Mrs Isham


**Management of Borno Estate**

*Damboa Avenue*

Situated within Maiduguri, the Borno Estate stands as a prominent enclave hosting opulent residences belonging to affluent individuals and political figures hailing from various ethnic backgrounds including Kanuri, Shuwa, Hausa, Fulani, and even Europeans. Spanning a considerable expanse, the neighborhood is fortified with imposing gates manned by vigilant security personnel, ensuring safety and tranquility for its inhabitants. Dominating the landscape is an imposing mansion unparalleled in its grandeur and magnificence, its sheer size and splendor rendering it a spectacle to behold. Flanked by armed guards, both local and foreign, the estate is a symbol of prosperity, attainable only by the elite class. Adorning the entrance is a prominent metallic signboard bearing the inscription *The Bishara Family*, a name evoking an air of mystique and sophistication.

Within the confines of the Bishara residence, scenes of familial bliss unfold, with children frolicking amidst the lush surroundings. A sense of camaraderie permeates the air as siblings engage in playful activities, while elders observe from the sidelines, reminiscing about their own youthful exploits. Amidst this jovial atmosphere stands Abbas, a figure of authority casting a watchful eye over his kin. His gaze shifts to a figure by the doorway, a young girl clutching a pink teddy bear, her demeanor exuding a blend of innocence and vigilance. With piercing eyes that betray a hint of melancholy, she scans the surroundings, her presence commanding attention. Abbas’s gaze lingers momentarily, a faint smile playing on his lips as he surveys the rest of his family, each member bearing a striking resemblance to the other, save for one.

Among the siblings stands TAJUDDIN, a handsome youth whose rebellious spirit sets him apart from the rest. His demeanor, though aloof, belies a sense of defiance ingrained from youth. As conversation ensues, it becomes apparent that TAJUDDIN’s unconventional nature has long been a source of intrigue and concern among family members. Yet, amidst the chatter and laughter, Abbas remains unperturbed, his faith in TAJUDDIN’s inherent goodness unwavering. Turning his attention to another sibling, Asrah, Abbas’s demeanor softens, a sense of warmth emanating from his words as he reassures her amidst her search for TAJUDDIN. Despite the occasional jest, Abbas’s love and concern for his family remain unwavering, a testament to the enduring bond that unites them.

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