Naive village girl Kate (Ebube Nwagbo) is perturbed by her husband David’s (Charles Awurum) lack of interest in her. He is dazzled by the city girls he sees and despite Kate doting on him and “making her head” he makes fun of her use of piegeon english and village dress sense. In a desperate bid to make her husband take notice of her she consults her auntie kiki who vows to turn her into a real city girl with the money she has been saving up since before she left the village. Kate is resistant to change but auntie Kiki conducts a full body makeover so that kate can seduce her husband. Will he. Come to his wife and stop chasing the city girls that so mesmerise him?
Nollywood Movie Review: Madam Joy is a family woman with a husband and two sons that runs an acara stand. Her husband is very possessive and suspects her of having an affair with every man that she serves let alone talks to. It is his possessiveness that causes him to ban her from running the stand any more. Unable to work he watches Madam Joy like a hawk. When her husband dies suddenly Madam Joy takes her new found freedom as a license to frolic with every man in the village, after all, as she tells her sons, “body no be firewood.” Her sons are not at all happy with what they are witness to and make it their mission to put an end to the frequent male visitors to the compound.
Malachi turns up to his brother’s house from the village with his two sons in tow. He is not able to financially take care of them and wants his brother and his wife to put them through school. What can I say? This is where the razzness begins. From doing sums at school with sticks and stones, to declaring themselves “dead” through poisoning through coffee!