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.
Ikem played by Anthony Monjaro is a lawyer in London who has recently been promoted to senior partner. Not only is his career rapidly rising but he also has a great relationship with his fiancée Chelsea (Yasmin Maya). In one day his life is shaken up when he receives a phone call from his father (Olu Jacobs) an Igwe in Nigeria demanding that he return home urgently. On arrival he finds out that his brother Prince Eze (Rpbert Peters) has been disowned and banished for marrying and osu girl played by Dajore Egbuson which makes him next in line to the throne. Not only does his father want him to take the throne but a bride has also been organised for him. His culture demands that he follow tradition however he wants nothing more than to return to London to his fiancée and his job. He has no interest in claiming the throne but his father refuses to hear of it. What will he do?
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.
Nollywood Movies Review: Genevieve Nnaji plays a femme fatale called Isabella that goes by many names to many different men. She appears sweet and innocent but underneath that exterior is a steely hustler who will go to any length to make money whether its stealing diamonds, organising a hit or trafficking children’s organs. She alongside her grandfather and Archbishop Theodore played by Olu Jacobs front a children’s charity called the Wellspring foundation which they use to traffick children’s organs amidst other criminal and immoral activity.
Nollywood Movie Review: Tony played by Jim Iyke is due to wed Judith played by Queen Nwokoye and his mother is overjoyed. She cannot wait to welcome her daughter in law into the family, however the wedding plans look to be in jeopardy as Tony cannot seem to put a curb to his cheating womanising ways. Max, played by Van Vicker is Tony’s best friend. He moves out of his family home and goes to live with Tony, all the while searching for work. While living with Tony Max comes to find out that his friend is a serious womaniser. Things come to a peak one day when Tony is busted by his fiancée with another woman, and a shock is in store for Max when he meets Tony’s fiancée. She is a blast from the past that he never expected to see again.
Chief Dom is a widower that lives with his two daughters and son. Since his wife died he fills up his time sleeping with young girls who are pleased to pander to his every whim for the money that he is showering them with. 2 of Chief’s children are wayward. The son is and armed robber and the daughter is promiscuous and directionless. His other daughter Gina is the one that tries to hold the family together. She constantly tries to talk to her family members to get them to clean up their lives but her pleas fall on deaf ears.
After Ben’s father dies he and his mother approach Chief George his uncle for his father’s shares in the family company so that he can continue his studies abroad. His uncle refuses but then in the same breath answer’s the phone in their presence to grant his son the sum of £6000 for his accommodation in the UK. He claims that his stinginess towards his nephew is borne out of a desire to turn him into a “real man.”
Chidi played by Jim Iyke is the wayward son that keeps on bringing his home into disrepute with his area boy ways despite his privileged background. His father Obasi, played by Olu Jacobs has had enough and ends up throwing him out of the house, telling him return back to school. His mother played by Maureen Ihua on the other hand ends up feeling sorry for her son and allows him to go and stay with her sister, his aunt until school resumes without her husband’s knowledge. He is reluctant to go even there but has no choice. His mother wishes that she never sent him there when she finds out that Chidi has been locked up for attempting to rape his cousin. Will this guy ever be reformed?
Onus, played by Mike Ezuruonye is part of an armed robbery gang. One day he is kidnapped while walking through some dense forest land. His kidnapper is a vagrant woman, Diana played by Ini Edo who lives there in isolation and has made the forest her home. She is menacing and has a tough and steely exterior, Onus however is able to break through her defences and seduce her. In seducing her he gains his freedom and she willingly releases him. Onus relays the story back to the rest of the gang and impressed with Diana’s bravado they elect to crown her first lady. They believe that her fearlessness and propensity for violence will make her a good fit for the team. Little do they know that her bloodthirsty ways will exceed all their expectations!
Kazie, played by Ali Nuhu gets involved with a bad boy on campus. While dining out one day with his babe on campus he unknowingly beats up a guy who is the head of a notorious cult. This results in him dropping out of school as to escape the wrath of the cult. His family are bewildered by his actions and he refuses to tell them the reason behind his absence from school. His parents spend their time trying to figure out what is happening with their son and Adimka plyed by Ini Edo runs around campus trying to cull the excesses of her wayward sister Uche played by Oge Okoye. Soon a family tragedy brings them all together and the focus in their lives changes. Now there is only one question. WHO DONE IT?