Satire: Satirical Liturgy of the people

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After the enlightening conversation with Wide Eye, Ekwensu went and met his Uncle who is one of the Elder Gods appointed by Chukwu.

Due to the earlier scuffle between God and Lucifer Angelhorn that led to his banishment to Hell, Nneke was forced to leave Heaven. The gossips that Lucy abandoned her and chose hell had become unbearable in Heaven. Because she didn’t want to get involved in what she tagged “unending heavenly politics”, the Queen of Heaven advised her to take refuge in Haon’s Ark.

    The Queen of Heaven had gotten knowledge of the ship through an immigrant from Modos. The immigrant was on his way to book a ride with the mysterious Seahorse Chariot that was headed for Heaven. People who discover the Seahorse Chariot are granted a one time opportunity of a free ride to heaven as an immigrant. The key criteria however is that the person must be born on earth, and has no ties whatsoever to an outlawed race of giant ape men who abandoned Lucy, but thought Heaven wasn’t for them anymore. According to this group, attaining Angel rights in heaven was becoming a utopia as their right to freewill and peaceful existence was constantly interrupted in the unending war between heaven and hell.

This happened at a time that the Queen was unhappy with the way Heaven started running its affairs. At the time, many of Lucifer’s supporters were being arrested with mere allegations and forced to renounce their affiliation with the Prince of Hell or risk been sent to hell. This was also the time that Heaven was plotting to send her child to be killed by humans.

Been the no nonsense Queen, she tipped off Nneke about Haon’s Ark, and boarded a passage for her to the Central Sun Square. Most persecuted souls in Heaven, Earth and Hell usually escaped to the Sun Square, an undisturbed serene area of Eluigwe specially built by Chukwu. However, getting to the Central Sun Square requires a passage through Haon’s Ark.

   After many hours of serious deliberations, the Elder God promised to secure a passage to the Central Sun Square for Ekwensu through Haon’s Ark. Of course, ordinarily the Elder God wouldn’t have secured such passage if Ekwensu hadn’t promised to expose his secret dealings with the Illuminati.

As soon as Ekwensu knocked on Nneke’s apartment door at Room 104, it instantly flung open.

“Always knew it would be a matter of time before you showed up once I read the current brouhaha in the Sun Square dailies” she remarked graciously upon seeing him.

“Always nice to meet you old friend” Ekwensu said, smiling as he closed the door. Few seconds later, six Elders of Heaven knocked on the same door. They were both surprised, shown through the uncharted expressions of disbelief in their faces.

“I want you, Nneke to represent me in Chukwu’s Court” he quickly said right before the door flung open and the six Elders entered. They were too late.


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