The Fake Prophet

The Fake Prophet

Udofia played by Charles Okafor is involved in a human trafficking racket run by Honourable Igbinosa (Big Fred Ezimmadu). Between Udofia and Igbinosa they ship off young naïve Nigerian girls to Europe supposedly for legitimate jobs which in reality are prostitution. When Udofia is almost caught with trafficked girls by police during a routine stop he flees to his village in Akwa Ibom State to escape Igbinosa’s wrath. With no money, education or discernible talent he turns to a new career as a preacher and soon enough after performing miracles with hired actors he is respected in the community as “an anointed man of god.” He declares certain children witches and takes huge sums of money from their parents in order to deliver them from witchcraft. Of course he is unable to do so and so declares such children as beyond being delivered. Udofia is soon responsible for several deaths of children and exile of others in the community, notably Ekaette (Grace Amah) and Inyang (Samuel Ajibola) who have been accused of being Witch and Wizard after Ekaette’s father’s death.

Cry For a Husband

Cry For a Husband

Steve played by Vincent Opurum is a young man from a humble Eastern Nigerian background who is struggling to find work and so heads to Lagos in search of his destiny. His parents leave him with the blessing that he shall find a wife. He meets up with Bob, played by Leo Slaboh an old school pal who has hit it big in Lagos and takes him into his world. He soon finds himself working as a gigolo in order to survive as Bob does, alongside another friend Mark. They refer to themselves as Soldiers of Fortune. They take money from the “senior babes” to spend on the younger finer babes, as well as set themselves up in business, an escort service for older women. Steve ends up marrying an older woman Lizzy Douglas, played by Florence Onuma but the girlfriend of his past Rachel played by Uche Iwuji pops up to throw his cushy life into dissaray.

Blackberry Babes

Blackberry Babes

Blackberry Babes is a Nollywood comedy about a group of girls played by Oge Okoye, Tonto Dikeh, Annie Macaulay that live and die for cellular technology by way of their Blackberry phones and will only date guys that they think can buy them one. These girls are obsessed with their Blackberry phones to the extent that some of them own more than one model and are desperate for a new one as soon as another model is released. Even while they are in university lectures they BBM each other. Going on a shopping date involves taking pictures on the phone of items to buy and Blackberry Messaging the pictures to the other girls for approval. Keisha played by Mary Remmy and Apolonia played bny Eniola Badmus are trying to get into the popular crowd of Blackberry owning girls but exist solely on the margins because they don’t own one. To what extent will they go to get a Blackberry smart phone and will they ever be accepted?

Breath Of Love

Breath Of Love

Ahmed, played by Ramsey Noah meets Gracie, played by Chika Ike one night when she is out drunk on the street after spending the night out by herself at a bar. He comes to her rescue by putting her in his car and taking her home. Their paths happen to collide again, this time at a fast food joint. Ahmed is too scared to approach Gracie as he believes that Bright, played by Chigozie Atuanya is her boyfriend. Once Ahmed does his research and finds out that Bright is in fact just a friend he begins to pursue Gracie relentlessly, however there is a problem he is Muslim and she is Christian.

Unending Love

Unending Love

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.

Empty Coffin

Empty Coffin

Lilian has been recently been widowed. Her husband committed suicide because he could not face the debt that he had accrued. Her family too are in debt and so arrange for her to marry a Mr Stevens, a rich widower who has promised to expunge their debts. Trapped in a loveless and uncommunicative marriage Lilian strikes up a friendship with a servant Okwudili. They bond over a love and appreciation for art. Together they discover a secret that Mr Steven’s is hiding, a secret more deadly that they could have ever imagined.

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