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.
Lola (Genevieve Nnaji) and Uzo (Joseph Benjamin) meet during her youth service and are married after a 3 year courtship. On their wedding night Lola, a virgin is raped by armed robbers who break into their hotel suite, right in front of her new husband. Both bear the emotional and psychological burden that the rape places on them. She is emotionally scarred and has trouble having sexual relations with her husband, while her husband bears the guilt of not being able to protect her when she most needed him to. Their marriage is only two months but they are already seeing a marriage counsellor. It remains to be seen if they will be able to break down the psychological walls that keep them apart.
Akin played by Wole Ojo is in a rush to make a company conference in Abuja after finding out about it at the last minute. Nse too is in a rush to visit her family in the village in Owerri. Her sister has been terrorising her husband and her father has called an urgent family meeting which she has been summoned to attend. Akin and Mary bump into each other in the airport and in the mêlée accidentally swap each others identical phones. This leads to a mix up with their destinations after they each receive text messages for the other with regards to where each is heading to. As a result of the swap, they agree to help carry out each other’s missions, armed with the information and data on each other’s phones. However this proves to be harder than imagined as new obstacles and complications rise at every turn as they both struggle in adapting to their new environments. Mary has to represent Akin in a company meeting while Akin has to represent Mary in her family meeting and so the adventure begins with hilarious results.
Nollywood star actress Joke Silva has been commissioned to produce a cinematic version of Chinua Achebe’s novel, “Man of the People” by River’s State Govenor Amaechi. The Rivers State Governor who is a graduate of English Literature from University of Port Harcourt is in love with the plot of the novel Man of the People and his wish is that every politician should read that novel but knowing very well that there is dearth of reading culture among Nigerians, he thought it wise to put the entire novel into cinematic format so that it will attract wide audience and patronage.
Academically Melvin is behind at school. He is 11 years old and his brother who is 4 years his junior is surpassing him. His stepfather Emeka does not wasn’t to deal with him and so implores his mother to send him away. To save her marriage to Emeka and rid her of the unpleasant memories of Melvin’s father Desmond she sends Melvin to go and live with his grandmother…
A family rift occurs when after the death of Nnamdi’s father his uncle Mazi refuses to give Nnamdi his nephew and heir to the possessions the documents to the properties. An enraged Nnamdi rents out the house that his uncle’s family lives in, that had belonged to his father only for a full physical fight to break out in front of the about to be tenant. Mazi in revenge then takes it upon himself to sell of some of his brother’s properties of which he holds the documents to, to fund his sons trips abroad.