An unhappy queen (Eka Aribia) begs a peasant widow (Tonto Dikeh) to marry her husband, the King (John Dumelo) and set her free from a loveless marriage, but then the widow’s husband Chike (Sam Dede) comes back from the dead. We see two men battling for love and ego and two women each wanting to run away to a place of love and peace.
Frank played by Kenneth Okonkwo has an affinity for mgbeke girls. Kenneth meets Kadeisha (Ejine Okoroafor) selling oranges on the roadside and immediately falls for her buying her a phone on first meeting, after which she agrees to follow him to his house and “become his girlfriend.” Their relationship comes to an abrupt halt when it comes to light that she has stolen things from his home despite his generosity. Despite his bad luck with mgbeke girls and his friend Mark’s (Abraham Nwodu) insistence that he goes for a classy educated girl, he is steadfast in his desire for them pursuing them relentlessly and without abandon.
Chike (Sam Dede) and Zizi’s (Tonto Dikeh) marriage is thrown into disarray because of Zizi’s refusal to follow her husband’s orders to not wear make up and what he considers to be provocative clothing. He is fed up of men harassing her because of her looks and dress and thus wants her to downplay her beauty. At first Zizi agrees with her husband’s proposal, but then later reneges on the agreement that they made.
Mabel is Paulicap’s down trodden and long suffering wife. She has been with him for 15 years and they share a son, but this is not enough to keep him from hitting on every pretty lady in town. His wife catches him at a hotel on different occasions emerging from rooms with a different lady each time. She has been humiliated and disgraced by her husband, at the end of her tether she know longer knows what to do with herself. She spends her time crying, and praying about the situation, hoping that Paulicap will change.