HOORAIN MAI KUSUMBI Complete Document Written By NoorEeman



Nestled within the expansive grounds of Bukavu Barracks in Kano is a sprawling military facility, fostering unity and camaraderie among soldiers from diverse tribes and religions. The barracks encompasses various sections, each catering to the needs and ranks of its occupants, including mess officers, batchers, the White House, and a hospital known as MRS.

In a finely adorned office, a seasoned and distinguished officer, aged thirty-two, commands attention. Clad in a crisp soldier’s uniform that accentuates his striking features, he exudes both authority and handsomeness. His meticulously groomed appearance, with shoulder-length hair neatly secured, adds to his formidable presence.

Engrossed in operating a sophisticated system, the officer, a giant in physique, occasionally sips coffee, his preferred sustenance. A message in his Gmail account from the field marshal captures his attention. Swiftly reading the contents, he responds affirmatively, shutting down the system.

With military precision, he rises, dons a soldier’s cap, and adorns brown sunglasses. Grabbing his phone, he strides purposefully, exuding pride and excitement as he embarks on his journey.

Encountering a senior soldier, he acknowledges the respectful greetings with a nod. The Haraban office, adorned with green flowers and military logos, reflects the officer’s dedication to his role.

Approaching his Bugatti hybrid car, he utters a familiar name, “Imran,” with a hint of surprise. Imran, a friend, appears, prompting a brief exchange. The officer, referred to as Captain, expresses his desire to visit someone special, playfully teased by Imran as a “mummy’s boy.” Their banter reveals a unique friendship that transcends initial misunderstandings.

*Nassarawa GRA Sultan road*

Located in the affluent Nassarawa GRA Sultan road neighborhood, the Captain arrives at an opulent residence. Greeted by a gatekeeper, he proceeds to park his car, revealing the four distinct sections of the house.

Entering the section belonging to “Ammi,” a term of endearment for a 50-year-old woman, the Captain is welcomed with warmth. The mother’s affectionate greeting and his response reflect a deep bond. Despite his imposing stature, he becomes a tender son in his mother’s presence.

Seated at the dining table, Ammi insists on feeding him, embodying maternal care. The Captain, displaying a softer side, allows his mother to nourish him. Three younger men briefly interrupt the scene before excusing themselves to attend to a sick friend.

As the Captain’s mother reads a message on his behalf, a sense of concern and apprehension fills the room. The Captain, grappling with the impending mission and its potential challenges, seeks solace in his mother’s comforting presence.

In a private moment, the Captain hands over his iPhone, allowing Ammi to respond to a call from the marshal. The gravity of the conversation weighs on both, and Ammi’s heartfelt prayers for her son’s safety underscore the inherent risks of his profession.

After an emotional exchange, the Captain bids farewell to Ammi, cherishing the time spent with his first love. The narrative closes with the Captain returning to the barracks, reflecting on the love and support that anchor him amid the demands of military service.

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