The mystery behind the deaths is revealed to the village herbalist.
People continue to die and disappear under mysterious circumstances. Princess Adaobi plans elopement with the man from across the river.
Upon hearing that a man from across the river just arrived the village, Nneka reconsiders her reconciliation with Ikenna.
Nneka establishes her relationship with Ikenna. Ugochi accepts Nnamdi’s marriage proposal.
Izu and Nnamdi both want Ugochi’s hand in marriage, while Princess Adaobi and Nneka clash over their individual interests in Ikenna.
Izu promises Nkiru his sister that he’ll help her win his friend, Ikenna’s heart.
Ikenna faces rejection from Nneka. Adaobi and Nkiru, Izu’s sister both continue to lust after Ikenna.
With Adaobi as his only child, the King makes plans to choose a husband for her so as to enable that the right to the throne remains within his lineage.
Ikenna finds himself in a dilemma; his undying love for Nneka on one hand and the Princess Adaobi’s sudden lust for him on the other.
Izu tries to make Ikenna understand that he is in love with Nneka, whose heart is apparently residing elsewhere.
Nneka is reminded that she has been bethroted to Ikenna and can not opt out of the relationship.
The news in the neighborhood that two vibrant young men, Izu and Ikenna have gone missing under mysterious circumstances, bring about pandemonium.