Udofia played by Charles Okafor is involved in a human trafficking racket run by Honourable Igbinosa (Big Fred Ezimmadu). Between Udofia and Igbinosa they ship off young naïve Nigerian girls to Europe supposedly for legitimate jobs which in reality are prostitution. When Udofia is almost caught with trafficked girls by police during a routine stop he flees to his village in Akwa Ibom State to escape Igbinosa’s wrath. With no money, education or discernible talent he turns to a new career as a preacher and soon enough after performing miracles with hired actors he is respected in the community as “an anointed man of god.” He declares certain children witches and takes huge sums of money from their parents in order to deliver them from witchcraft. Of course he is unable to do so and so declares such children as beyond being delivered. Udofia is soon responsible for several deaths of children and exile of others in the community, notably Ekaette (Grace Amah) and Inyang (Samuel Ajibola) who have been accused of being Witch and Wizard after Ekaette’s father’s death.
William and Janice are a married couple with a strong, loving and playful marriage. They enjoy each other’s company immensely when one day out of the blue things change. William says that it is Janice that changed, “she talks to me with disgust like I wasn’t even there.” Her point of view is that his shadiness has brought about a lack of trust and thus her ill treatment of him. A very strong and loving marriage relationship turns to one full of bickering and resentment. Where did it all go wrong and can it be turned back around?
Bernard (Desmond Elliot) and Ike (Joseph Benjamin) are friends and partners at BlueQuest a firm that they run together. They have a friendly rivalry when it comes to picking up girls. Ike and Bernard make a bet that if Ike sleeps with Delphine (Mona Lisa Chinda) a gorgeous divorcee that has sworn off men he will get 5 percent of Bernards’s company shares and if not he will give up 5 percent of his own shares which means that the person who wins will have a controlling share of the company. Ike enlists the help of employee Mimi (Uche Jombo) to search all the major networking sites to find Delphine so that he can conquer her and win the bet. Things are made even more difficult when Bernard throws a spanner in the works by telling Delphines’s friend Tena (Nse Ikpi Etim) that Ike is planning to bed her and that she should beware. Ike has ten days to accomplish the mission, who will win?
Mercy works for her mother’s company as do Angel and Irene. Mercy carries herself with class. A trait instilled in her by her mother. She always commands respect and refuses to be a plaything for men. The friends that she works with however are not so virtuous. Mercy takes exception with the way that Irene manipulates her lovers into financially supporting her; seeing it as immoral and deceptive. Irene feels judged and lashes back that she is simply surviving as she does not have a family to help her out when times are hard like Mercy does. Angel is more reserved but similar to Irene comes from an underprivileged background with a younger brother to support through university so when the chance comes to embark on an affair with Mercy’s father she does not hesitate to take the chance. Secrets are being kept and there are even more secrets to be found out.
Vincent (Kalu Ikeagwu) and Vanessa (Queen Nwokoye) are happily married with a young daughter. They would like more children but the doctors have told her that it is risky. Angelina (Mercy Johnson) too is married and happy except for the lack of a child. She is distressed over her childlessness after two years of marriage. Her husband Frank (Browny Igboegwu) is supportive and reassuring and soon tests reveal that it is him that is sterile. One fateful a car accident occurs involving both couples where both Frank and Vanessa are killed. Angelina comes around 3 months later but has no recollection of the life she left behind. Soon enough she moves into Vincent’s neighbourhood and they begin to get to know each other.
Mildred played by Mona Lisa Chinda has been in Nigeria for 9 months following the death of her husband. She has been following the traditions as expected by her husband’s family but the traditions are never ending and she needs to return back to her life in London. She needs to go back to work and her children need to resume their studies. Her husband’s family refuse to let her return and hide the all the family members passports. She is called a witch and told to confess to killing her husband. Her life changes when she opens her door to a stranger who followed her home from church. Who is he and what does he want?
In the bustling city of Accra this movie follows the lives of six single working ladies climbing the career ladder but all feeling unfulfilled. Titania is a grocery store owner played by Yvonne Okoro. She is 31 and desperate to get married. Yolanda played by Ebi Bright too is 31 and super rich. Kendra Williams (Beverly Afaglo) is a fearless unit commander of the police’s anti crime division. Zila (Zynell Lydia Zuh) has been planning weddings for the better part of six years, as a wedding planner and events consultant yet she yearns to plan her own. Kristine Adams (Ciara Zita Galega) is a consultant oncologist is a hospital. Serena Rowlands Mills (Mzbel) is a top actress. All these women are friends and they have 2 things common. They are all single women looking for the man of their dreams.
Ikem played by Anthony Monjaro is a lawyer in London who has recently been promoted to senior partner. Not only is his career rapidly rising but he also has a great relationship with his fiancée Chelsea (Yasmin Maya). In one day his life is shaken up when he receives a phone call from his father (Olu Jacobs) an Igwe in Nigeria demanding that he return home urgently. On arrival he finds out that his brother Prince Eze (Rpbert Peters) has been disowned and banished for marrying and osu girl played by Dajore Egbuson which makes him next in line to the throne. Not only does his father want him to take the throne but a bride has also been organised for him. His culture demands that he follow tradition however he wants nothing more than to return to London to his fiancée and his job. He has no interest in claiming the throne but his father refuses to hear of it. What will he do?
We are presented with newspaper headlines of the religious rioting in Jos in the opening scene. We see a man is awoken by terrible nightmares about Jos being on fire. He fears for his brother Thaddeus who lives in Jos as his wife attempts to reassure him. He is not on good terms with his family which is a major concern for him at a time like this. His children Nnenna played by Chioma Chukwuka, Nnamdi played by John Dumelo and Izuchukwu played Ken Erics are in the dark about exactly why relations are strained with their extended family. With the arrival of Thaddeus in their family home it soon becomes clear where the problem started.
Anas played by Nikki Samonas has a boyfriend called Clem who has been studying abroad. When he decides to stay an additional year to complete his Masters Degree she decides that she can no longer put her life on hold waiting for him. She meets a guy called Eric played by John Dumelo at the club and begins to date him. Sagoe played by TooSweet (Which kind foolish name be this?) is a guy that Anas has been chatting to online. One day he finds himself at her front door without her even giving him the directions and they too begin dating. Chris is new to Accra and bumps into Anas when he crashes his bicycle into her friend’s stationary car. She takes him into her home and bandages up his wounded leg for him. She has her reservations about letting him get to know her due to his downtrodden economic status, but they soon become close. Soon Anas has a three way vie for her affections from all three men. Who will be the one to win her heart?