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?
Agamu played by Francis Odega is an okada driver that dreams of being something bigger but his foolish nature lands him in much trouble after he goes out of his way trying to impress the girl that he wants to marry. Meanwhile his brothers are just as hapless. The movie makes for a funny comedy of errors.
Ebenta is a troublesome boy inside the house and out. When asked by his mother to even wash plates he deems it “women’s work” Agafo is holding Mazi hostage by demanding the use of his bicycle after seeing him place charms on another villagers land. He teams up with Ibeh and they use his bike to rent out to other children in the village. It is during this money making scheme that they meet Ebenta and Nfesha. The four children form a gang and get into all kinda of mischief causing trouble in their own houses and throughout the village, that is until Nfecha wants out. Will the boys join their friend?
Ernie and Kodili are best friends and as close as brothers but their mothers hate each other and because of this show pure disdain for each other’s sons despite the love their son’s have for one another. It all began when Ernie’s mother married his father. Kodili’s mother claimed that Ernie’s mother had snatched her man and married him. She blames Ernie’s mother for her condition in life. She is resentful that she married a poor man and remained in the village in poverty, while Ernie’s mother, due to marrying a wealthy man had the benefit of an educated and well travelled son to shower her with gifts on his visits home. Their sons are grown and decades have passed but the feud between the two women continues and ultimately tears both families apart.
Nerissa is a sophisticated city girl, she comes to visit her father’s village and strikes up an unlikely friendship with a village boy Igwe. He is fascinated by the way she “paints” her face, smokes cigarettes and ability to quote Shakespeare. This is much to the annoyance of his possessive village girlfriend Toanchukwu. One day Toanchukwu catches Nerissa in Igwe’s mother’s hut and a fight between the two girls breaks out. Unfortunately a lantern catches fire and the hut is burnt to ashes. The elders dole out the punishment that Nerissa and Toanchukwu work together to rebuild the hut.