The film opens with a man telling his little daughter a tale about Idomaland. Odeh (Hakeem Kae-Kazim) and Princess Inale (Caroline Chikezie) are both in love with each other. however, according to the customs of the land, Odeh has to wrestle several other suitors of Inale in order to be able to have Inale's hand in marriage. Odeh wrestles several men and wins in all the fights; King Oche, the King of Otukpo and Inale's father declares Odeh the winner. Just before the wrestling ceremony ends, a masked stranger appears and challenges Odeh to a fight; the Stranger wins and he's revealed to be Prince Agaba (Keppy Ekpeyong Bassey), a Prince from Apah, a nearby village, which has been in a long rift with Otukpo. The king reluctantly declares the new winner and tells Prince Agaba that his wife would be escorted to his village the next day.
Keche (Keira Hewatch) and Bankole (OC Ukeje) believe that their relationship has been divinely planned. They plan on having an amazing wedding ceremony and believe their marriage will stand the test of time. An unexpected event gets uncovered that tests how much they are really willing to sacrifice for their union to workout.
Ikechukwu (Bryan Okwara) and his girlfriend, Giselle (Ashleigh Clark) travels to Lagos from the United States to set up a dance group, they are however met with disappointments after attending several auditions without being selected. IK is posted to the village of Ikot-Uyai for his NYSC, with the hope that he'll work his redeployment back to Lagos in a few weeks, but his request is however refused. Idara (Ini Edo), a village girl enjoys dancing so much; her father, Chief Ekene (Sam Loco Efe) takes her to the priest, concerned about her behaviour with the suspicion that she might be possessed. The village priestess eventually reveals that Idara must become the next priestess of the village, lest calamity would befall the entire village.
Ebiere Perema est une jeune femme qui après un séjour financé par une compagnie pétrolière dans une université américaine, revient dans son pays et dirige malgré elle la résistance de son peuple qui lutte contre son propre gouvernement et cette multinationale.
The film narrates the story of Mrs Badmus (Abiola Segun Williams) who owns a multimillion business empire (Da Costa Holdings), but her son Olumide (Desmond Elliot) is very wayward and is not interested in running the business. Mrs Badmus eventually reveals to her son that she is dying of cancer and she has few months left to live. She gives a condition that if he wants her to be happy, he needs to get married to Hope (Uche Jombo), the financial director of the company and a very dedicated employee. Mrs Badmus also feels Hope is the perfect wife that can keep her son's wasteful spending in check when she is no more. Olumide orchestrates a plan with her girlfriend, Sabina (Nadia Buari) and Olumide starts to fake his love for Hope, waiting for the day his mother will die. However, Mrs Badmus' Will states that Olumide has to be married to Hope to have her properties; If anything otherwise happens, Hope should have the properties. Olumide has no other choice than to marry Hope, but however frustrates her with everything after wedlock, while still going out with Sabina. Hope, who continues to play a good and faithful wife despite her husband's attitude, finds out that she is also suffering from Leukaemia. Olumide eventually falls deeply in love with Hope, but it is too late because she now has few months left to live.
Charles et Whitney forment un couple hétérosexuel uni, jusqu'à ce qu'un ami, Alex, leur rende visite. Whitney le laisse s'installer chez eux car elle pense qu'il aura une bonne influence sur son mari qui a tendance à la tromper. Mais Alex ne désire en fait qu'une chose : abuser de Charles. Il le drogue pour le violer. Après cela, Charles se révèle homosexuel, jusqu'à ce qu'un pasteur explique au couple qu'il était sous le charme d'un sortilège lancé par Alex.
Debby (Adesua Etomi) and Moses (Blossom Chukwujekwu) are a married couple; both are vibrant gospel singers, but Moses constantly hit Debby, such that he has made her suffer a miscarriage four consecutive times already. It gets worse as Debby becomes the much more successful gospel artiste in the music industry. Debby refuses to let anyone know about the violent marriage, not wanting her husband to be judged, and trying everything possible to improve on herself, waiting on God's miracle