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.
Grace’s mother’s death throws her life into disarray. She is unable to return to school and complete her education as her uncle has stolen all her mother’s savings and is encouraging her to take up a trade and get married instead. Unable to raise funds to continue her schooling she takes the opportunity to go with a family friend to Lagos with the promise of a living with and being educated by her sister’s family. Things are looking up, but how long will it last?
Charles played by Kenneth Okonkwo is a football coach leading his team into a big tournament. He has cancer, a fact that he has hid from his family. He has recently found out that his kidney is free from cancer leaving him able to donate it to his brother Franklin who is in dire need of it. His wife Chidi played by Mercy Johnson is vehemently against his choice fearing that he may lose his life in the process.
After losing his job George played by Kenneth Okonkwo is heavily in debt. It is 3 years that he has been unemployed and there seems to be no way out. One day one of his debtors turns up at his work and strip him naked, giving him just one week to repay the debt. That same day other debtors turn up at his house and remove his TV and radio as he doesn’t have their money to repay. After a long spell of poverty George wins a contract worth millions of naira. He and his wife Ebiere played by Omotola Jalade Ekeinde are overjoyed and in the midst of celebration he engages in a one night stand which is the beginning of a tornado of disaster.
The King of Obodare (Kenneth Okonkwo) is looking for a wife and has sent his son that he had 14years old Santos (Ken Erics) the task of doing so. Santos meets Jenny (Tonto Dikeh) when she comes looking for a job at his company. She is with her friend Amuma (Ini Edo) and he invites them both to the palace with the intention of hooking up Jenny with his father. Nick (Junior Pope) is dating Princess (Eve Esin) but she is a raging alcoholic and he is fed up with her slobbish ways. He dumps her after a party where she attempts to make a pass at the king. In a side story Johnson has proposed to Jennifer numerous times but she is not interested.
Sandra played by Tonto Dikeh gets caught up in a big mix up after the events of just one regretful night with another man. Her actions threaten to jeopardise her relationship with the love of her life Bob (Nonso Diobi) and she will do anything to keep him. Juliet her friend, played by Yvonne Nelson is also having man troubles after being reunited with her first love. Her problem is his wife and how she can make him all hers.
Woman works as a maid and is “let go” when her oga’s wife leaves him, after he refuses to take an impotence test to determine why they have not had any children. The maid is unemployed and her oga is drowning himself in self pity. It is only when he sees his wife out of the street pregnant and in another man’s arms that he decides to rehire the maid. His main concern is that publicly he will become an object of derision, so his plan to rehire the maid holds a more sinister motive. He wants to impregnate her to prove his “manliness.”
We see Uli’s childlike amazement at all things technological. When a car goes past the house she hides behind the gateman because the sounds and speeds are unfamiliar to her. She is scared but at the same time in awe. We see the prince begin to take notice of Uli, he sees that she is there everyday watching the procession of cars go past. We also see how the Prince despite his royal background is a very humble man.