Lola, played by Omoni Oboli is a free spirit who is fed up of her parents constantly comparing her to her late sister Kemi. There is great fiction in their household because of this. Ngozi, played by Stella Damasus is a student who is struggling to support her mother and younger siblings. Her friend persuades her into joining her in town doing runs. She also embarks on a mission to exert revenge on the person that plunged her previously wealthy household into poverty. A teenage girl played by Sylvia Oluchy is being abused by her uncle.
In this thrilling fast paced drama Mercy Johnson plays Violet a high maintenance city girl whose car breaks down on a rural deserted road. She comes face to face with odd vagrant hunter James played by Majid Michel who is armed with a gun and warns her that she is in dangerous territory. Wearing killer heels she begins ends up following James to his home to find specific directions on where to find a mechanic, only to end up stranded and spending the night in a shack with him and his mother. It is here that she learns the background to his very odd and hostile behaviour. Violet herself has her own dark secrets she is harbouring and the two are drawn together in light of this.
Mercy Johnson plays a woman called Mosun and Rita Dominic plays a woman called Preye. They are best friends from childhood into adulthood. The root of Preye’s wild and promiscuous behaviour is the sexual abuse she endured as a child in the hands of her uncle. It is as though by taking control of her sexuality and becoming a seductress in such a dominant way she is trying to wash away that feeling of being powerless as a child. By contrast Mosun is the complete opposite to Preye, disgusted by the idea of casual sex and dowdily dressed to downplay her sexuality. She too has been a victim of child sexual abuse at the hands of her step-father.