Who really starts the problems?
Genevieve is troubled by Tunde’s uninvited visit while she has breakfast with her brother-in-law Emeka. Emeka also shows great disapproval of Tunde’s visits.
Peju is under pressure as Genevieve thinks Peju has been having sex with her boyfriend Tunde.
Kansiime Anne has a few qualifications for her man. Watch the African comedienne play off the racial tension and traditions…
When is the right time to speak up?
A man goes to jail for killing another man for sleeping with his wife. On his return from jail, he discovers that he killed the wrong person as someone is still sleeping with his wife and laying claims over his children.
Kansiime Anne lets us know you can’t cheat on her and expect to not suffer the consequences.
Unrepentant, the gateman plans to rape Maduka’s wife again.
Kendra’s husband is torn between being with her and being with his kids and ex-wife.
When this husband talks in his sleep, he’ll wish he was awake to take back what he says. Prepare to laugh.
An arrogant doctor tries to juggle his medical practice and personal crisis
Mr. James in this scene trying to work the office girl and blaming his stupidity on the global economy. Very Funny!
Noye, a poor girl brought from the village by her aunty, is sold to a woman in Lagos to be a house maid. Once there she is repeatedly abused by the woman’s husband until she grows up. Now, she is devastated and has nowhere to go.
A Bank Manager Mr. Dada, places nothing above his commitments to his job, not even his family. And because he is deeply engrossed in his job and works with time, he in-deliberately overlooks important details that go with his day to day social activities.