Power Of Trust

Power Of Trust

Nigerian Movie Review: Chief Odugwu played by Ashley Nwosu wants his son Richard played by Desmond Elliot to marry Rita to solidify the relationship that he has with Rita’s father. Richard protests to his parents letting them know that he has already made his own choice in Eva, played by Ebube Nwagbo but such protests are to no avail. The engagement party is planned and it is there in front of the two families that Richard collapses, all an act to put off the impending engagement. This is not enough for Richard’s family to back off, instead they continue to put pressure on this to marry Rita.

Evil Manipulation

Evil Manipulation

Ignatius and Kenneth are Princes from a royal polygamous family. Ignatius’ mother is the first wife Head Queen Onyinye, while Kenneth’s mother, Ozuluonye is the King’s second wife. Kenneth and Ignatius are as close as full brothers as well as cherishing each other’s mothers as their own. Onyine is not happy with this close relationship between the boys and is intent on causing discord by planting seeds of jealousy into her son’s head to make him want to compete with his brother rather than working alongside him. Her manipulation is successful and very soon Ignatius is well under his mother’s control.

Honour My Will

Honour My Will

With their father is dying and Richard and Peace are sure to be by his bedside providing comfort in his time of need. On the contrary their wayward brother Stanley is busy entertaining random chicks and spraying bottles of Star in the bar. When his father does actually die he seems intent on making his mother’s life miserable nagging her about boosting his financial support and buying him a car. It is not long before his wrath extends to his brother and sister and the whole family unit is thrown into turmoil and disarray.

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