to announce that yinka had arrived from the United States. A young man walks in and rushesto his parents. }
Mama yinka: Omo mi atata. Omo ola, omo owa, omo obokun, olayinka temi nikanYinka: Oju yin ndan mummy. You are looking sweet. Daddy n toju yin gan o. (facing dad) I seeyou’re taking good care of mummy.Baba Yinka: How was your trip o jare?Yinka: It was exhausting but okay! (stretches)Mama Yinka: baba atomo, e pele o. You’ll have to excuse me, I need to finish some stuffs in thekitchen. (exits)Baba yinka: It is nice to have you back in Nigeria. Your mum could not wait to have you home.Ko foju borun at all. She was up all night. I had to force her to get catch some sleep.Yinka: (smiles) Mummy o. Anyway, driver ti bami ko awon eru mi sinu iyara. Let’s go. I wantto show you what I bought for you.(both exits)
** Days Later**@ the bamidele’s residence
Tope: E kaabo. Se alaafia lede? Welcome home!Yetunde: Yinka oju e re lati 2002.Yinka: Yinkuz please! My name is yinkus and thanks for the hospitality. Eje kin gbe yin lotantalizers.Tope: Sure! Why not?Yetunde: (shrugs; tope urges her to go) Okay whatever!(Tope, Yetunde, Sesan)Yetunde: Emi mani mo koja aye mi o. No one sent me to go and greet him. I was trying to benice and he didn’t even let me land before cutting me off. He said his name is yinkuz not yinka.O possible ko tie je pe ogunyinka loruko e, o kan sako oshi. Nibo loti ri yinkuz?Sesan: Iyen lo wan bi e ninu? You better get off it. Leyin ka lori ko de ja nkan le fawon boys. Kosi were.