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.
Both John and his wife Linda are having an affair with different members of their domestic staff. Linda is having cheating with the driver and John is having an affair with the housegirl. The driver is putting pressure on Linda to dump her husband but she is reluctant to divorce because of business and financial reasons. Likewise the house girl is putting pressure on John too. The games begin when husband and wife add a new dimension to their cheating ways. Roselyn and Prince are the other couple in the movie. They have a tumultuous relationship marred with bickering, physical fighting. They are both continuously complaining about each other but cannot live without each other. They too seek pleasures outside their marital home.
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.
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?
From the outside looking in Alex played by Ramsey Noah and Gina played by Omotola Jalade Ekeinde appear to have a great marriage. Both are successful within their own rights and living a great lifestyle, however beneath the charade lies insecurity, bullying and physical abuse. Alex is constantly berating his wife and accusing her of cheating on him despite no evidence to support his claims. One night on an evening out her dumps her on a dark and lonely road in one of his aggressive rages. She is honestly scared for her life when a lone car pulls up by her side. It turns out to be Alex who then orders her into the car. It is all part of his controlling mind games, but how far will he go and how far will she be pushed by him?
Jessica is desperate for her brother Kelvin played by John Dumelo to settle down. At one point she even believes that he may be gay and so sends her friend to go and seduce him in an attempt to find out either way. Her attempt is unsuccessful. Kelvin however is talking to Erica played by Nikki Samonas on Facebook, but little does he know that he is not really her that he is talking to but to her brother who is an unemployed graduate who has taken to 419 to support them.
Nollywood Movies Review: Derrick played by Omalicha Chuks and his wife Melissa played by Uche Dili are having problems conceiving and it is the root of all their arguments with each one blaming the other. The prince too played by John Dumelo has issues concerning the same thing. He is being pressured into having children, as his wife, played by Ini Edo and he are childless after years of marriage. He is visited by the elders of his community to ask why he and his wife have not yet had a child. The Igwe is concerned that there will not be an heir.
Nollywood Movies Review: Mercy Johnson plays Nneka a poor village girl. One day she runs across old school friend called Rosemary played by Queen Nowkoye who pays her sisters hospital bills. Indebted and wanting to provide for her family Nneka follows Rosemary to the city and becomes makes her transformation as Rihanna a runs girls.
Nollywood Movie Review: Clark played by Roger Quartey is Dr Harry Buckman’s chief butler who finds him mysteriously dead in the bath one morning. Following their father’s death Dr Buckman’s children return home to pay their respects and claim their share of the inheritance left. Kendal played by Jackie Appiah is Mr Buckman’s daughter a renowned fashion designer married to Marcus played by Eddie Nartey. They are being blackmailed by a mysterious stranger who is trying to fleece them for a second time and so are in desperate need of money. Tyler is Mr Buckman’s eldest son a lawyer who needs the money to fund his secret boyfriend. Woody is the youngest son, a struggling musician and drug addict. While they are all back at the family’s house on hearing about their fathers death they find out that there may be another heir to their father’s fortune, the child of a former maid Rosemary Nelson, Julia Buckman, played by Yvonne Nelson.