Fredâ€™s friend, Elder Wale is taking another wife after DNA reveals all his children are not his. The fellowship wants to expel Elder Wale, it becomes a moral burden for Fred who is the president of the fellowship, and his conscience will not let him rest. He knows he has worse secret, he therefore plans to relocate Asabe to England. Jaye observes that the Ibe brothers are poor, from the kind of phones they use and their dressing, but he still wants to keep them as friends as a result of their humorous nature.
Fred returns from his supposed journey, Soares is worried about the developments.
Jaye offers to give supply contracts to Ibe brothers, but where to get the capital is a major issue for them. Lindaâ€™s desperate ambition to be an affluent woman makes her begin to seduce Deacon James, Fredâ€™s friend whose wife just died.
Linda goes to Spring hotel to verify Soresâ€™ claims, but the Chief Security Officer of the hotel tells her that there is no one like Fred Owolabi lodged in the hotel.
The Ibe brothers, Obinna and Chuks meets Jaye at a high class bar and Chuks feel they could pretend like rich boys in other to get closer to Jaye. Obinna believes that they donâ€™t have to pretend to be what they are not. Ibukun, Jayeâ€™s younger brother confronts him about is fiscal recklessness at Tweeters Emporium.
Fred tells his family that he is going to Preach at a crusade in Abuja, meanwhile he is at Spring hotels, Lagos, the usual love nest where he meets his mistress, Asabe. Soares, the chef is permitted by Fredâ€™s wife to attend to filial issues. Soares sees Fred at Spring hotels, he tells this to Linda the housemaid, but no one will believe Soares
A modern story with different twists and turns. It is a story of impatience, man's futile attempt at doing things outside of the divine will and the consequences involved.
Big daddy is film about rape and sexual abuse, showing its social responsibility towards creating awareness and seeking solutions to the issue of rape in Nigeria
A clouded and disturbed mind will always conclude wrongly
Single parent, MAAMI, and her young son are desperately poor. Gifted with a living heart, enterprising spirit and brave soul, she is the centre of her sonâ€™s world, until he longs for the father he has never known â€“ a man with a terrible secret. Set over a two-day period, leading to the 2010 World Cup, MAAMI is an inspiring story of a poor, conscientious single parentâ€™s struggles to raise her only child, Kashimawo who eventually, rises to international stardom in an English football club, Arsenal, and becomes a national hero.
A Nigerian bureaucrat attends an energy conference in Ghana, aiming to secure a foothold in Ghanaâ€™s oil sector for Nigerian interests.
However he develops a crisis of conscience when he meets a prostitute with a heart of gold whose plight impels him to re-valuate his agenda and come to terms with his own recent loss.
Gabriel Ortega (Kalu Ikeagwu), a promising young man, gets Mariam (Nse Ikpe-Etim), a naÃ¯ve teenage girl pregnant in a remote community where he was posted for his primary assignment during his National Youth Service year. He absconds to the city, leaving her confused and frustrated. In her naivety she abandons the child in a refuse dump, and he is later picked up by a Good Samaritan and taken into an orphanage. The lovers reunite in the city and get married, but after two kids they begin to experience marriage burn out, and eventually get separated. The divorcee each reunites with a new life partner and starts up a new family. A few years later, the mistakes of their past comes hunting, throwing their families and entire life into chaos; having to deal with a daughter who was sneaked out of an asylum where she has been for six years, a second son who has become wild with the street life as a result of frustration, and the son they abandoned in a refuse dump, now in prison on death row.
The life of a girl who was raped and a man that loses his job get intertwined and leads them to an unexpected outcome.
LAPITE, the King-elect of JOGBO has decided to enrich himself on ascending the throne. He eliminates all opposition by sending hired killers or by harassing them into exile. His rival ADEBOMI is killed and AYANGALU, the official drummer has escaped into exile. He takes a new wife and embarks on a massive exploitation of the enormous resources of forest trees. Protests by the townspeople and the farmers are ruthlessly suppressed. In desperation, the youths march on the palace and seize the royal crown which by tradition must not leave the palace. LAPITE in desperation seeks military help by engaging the mercenary LAGATA a retired military officer who however kills him and takes over his kingdom. Lagata who is now determined to become a proper king imposes an oppressive administration on the people. The mercenary usurper falls dead during the installation process in public view. The people have learnt a bitter lesson
Life on a university campus with its own unconventional but dynamic culture ascribes to itself so many unusual privileges which provide unique opportunities for taking liberties mostly in a broad antisocial sense. In the university, several interests groups or clubs are commonplace. Against the Heavy Weights Club, another club Silver Lines Movement is born. SLM vows to oppose all antisocial, antidemocratic tendencies including economic exploitation on campus. The ensuing battle between the two clubs reveals the frenzied struggles for supremacy in all aspects of campus life. It also exposes the special interests of godfathers from inside and outside campus. The peak of the story is woven around Bankeâ€™s daring and tragic adventure with the Military Governor who is completely dazed by Bankeâ€™s stunning beauty and keen wit.
Awero chooses between suitors but a haunting experience, expectations of family and culture turn her wedding night into a nightmare. Storm clouds gather as she is forced to walk a thin line between honour and shame, carrying the resourcefulness of African womanhood and the fate of communities in a fragile balance..
Agbede village is expecting a new bride by nightfall and the people are in festive mood. ODEJIMI is the bridegroom, AWERO, the bride; Odejimiâ€™s parents have made lavish preparations for the ceremony. Soon, the new bride is now in the bridal bedroom with her new husband while the whole village is waiting for the result of the virginity test. Odejimi holds a white handkerchief expected to be stained by Aweroâ€™s virginity blood. There is expectant tension. But there is no blood. Odejimi feels betrayed and disgraced. The honour of his great lineage has suffered an affront. The whole village is stunned by Aweroâ€™s failure and the warriors of Agbede village start preparing for war with their neighbours for sending them a â€˜broken potâ€™.
Arugba is the story of a king of an imaginary town who brays against corruption while rigorously prosecuting economic reform and handily welcoming foreign investors. The leadership portrait emerges as the key sub plot in an ornate romance featuring the Arugba â€“ the virgin who carries the sacrificial calabash during the Osun Osogbo festival â€“ and a young dancer intent on winning her. Set against the backdrop of a corrupt society seeking cleansing, rebirth and nationhood, with all the attendant intrigues, the Arugba must perform her annual traditional role of carrying the sacrifice in a procession to the river...
The success of Mr. Ken Abba (Benjamin Joseph) gave him so much power and fame even over his own marital home. Having his way or no way was the order of the day as Mrs. Abba (NSE Ikpe-Etim), a housewife looked speechless to his abusive ways, even to the extent of bringing his mistress to their matrimonial home. Will Mrs. Abba continue to be a slave in her own home to save her marriage? Or will she fight back? Be my guest. "Hell has no fury like a woman's scorned"
â€˜Journey to Selfâ€™ is an intense story of friendship, sacrifice, empowerment and self-respect. Four childhood friends, Regina, Nse, Rume and Alex, receive news that another long time friend of theirs, Uche, has died. Uche was the magnet that pulled her friends together and over the years had become their shoulder to cry on, so much so in fact that she never felt she could tell them about her own problems. As part of her last request, the ladies travel to Ucheâ€™s home in Abuja for her funeral. The four ladies, on arriving at Ucheâ€™s house, find that she has left a series of letters in which she speaks to them from beyond the grave. The letters provoke her friends to open up on emotional baggage, as secrets and fears are revealed, leading to a journey of self discovery. For Regina, Nse, Rume and Alex the weekend they spend in Ucheâ€™s house becomes an emotional roller coaster as individual characters are tested. â€˜Journey to Selfâ€™ is an intense, dialogue-based movie where the viewer is sure to embark on the same emotional journey as with the characters.
A student, Jude Odaro gets into a notorious gang in order to get revenge. He gets revenge but loses his freedom, his future and decides to walk away from home. Jude's childhood friend in U.K. asked him to help his younger brother, Deba, who just got admission into the school settle down. While staying with Jude before he could get his own place, Deba gets curious about Jude's weird behavior which gets him between two lines in the gang's den and Jude has to break a code to save him thereby endangering both their lives.
There is a price for every action, believe.
They move up the ladder in leaps and put the meals on the table.They hop in and out of various beds and enjoy the upside of being trophy wives.They experience the price of change but have no clue what the end holds.
Set in 1888 in Okoyong Calabar, Umbilical is a short docudrama about travails and tribulations of the time (1888) when mothers had to face a certain fate based on a gift from above.Here we re-enact a mother\'s journey to save her twins in an era where the killing of twins is the norm. With the custodians of the land in hot pursuit, will she make it?? Find out.
The Choices of Aina is a film about three friends- Aina (played by London based model Khadiatu Kamara), Sanaka (Ijeoma Grace Agu) and Biola (Opeyemi Awoyemi). Faced with choices in an environment that is biased against women, these three friends are continually making choices between what is right and what will get them ahead (as is the practice). Aina returns home to positively change her environment but is faced with the cut throat business of the banking sector and having to sleep her way into meeting up with her assigned monthly quota. Sanaka, an aristo is in a damaging relationship with a much older Caucasian man but endures the emotional trauma in order to meet the financial needs of her impoverished family. She meets a bar tender but fights her feelings for him because he won\'t be able to meet her financial needs. Biola is a model who has to choose between sleeping with men to get modelling jobs or keeping on to her virginity.
They move up the ladder in leaps and put the meals on the table.They hop in and out of various beds and enjoy the upside of being trophy wives.They experience the price of change but have no clue what the end holds
King of Shitta (Based on a true story) is about the rules(spoken,silent, written, assumed)and the taboo\'s of Shitta (A Sprawling ghetto) in Lagos Nigeria as seen and captured through the eyes of Anouk Basta, a PhD student with the French institute of research in Africa.
We are Nigerians(journey to Amalgamation).This compelling documentary charts the history of the people that became Nigeria from the ancient times to the amalgamation of Nigeria on January 1 1914.This rich short film explores our ancient civilizations and empires, through our early contacts with Europeans and the times of empires and colonies. A must see for all Nigerians as it brings to light some original stories of our people and time, this sets the tone for many more untold stories of the NIGERIAN people.