Peju leaves her honest fiancé in favor of a rich criminal. However she soon discovers that the new life she has chosen is brutal and merciless.
When is the right time to speak up?
Smell of fart or rotten egg?
Darasinmi has decided to forgo all men, until a young dreamboat appears to make her forget the pains of the past. But what is too good to be true, is often not true.
(Yoruba movie). Eti Keta (Third Party) is a Yoruba drama produced by Saidi Balogun. The tale warns how things said between two people should not be heard by a third party.
Funny Cut scene from Sako Jiya 2 (Yoruba Movie)
Three brothers are in poverty which leads one of them to take a step to engage in money ritual.
Corrupt schools girls sell their body for material things. Big girls as they call each other, play or be played.
(Yoruba movie). Yetunde falls in love with a man with terminal disease. But she is forced to choose between her lover and her family.
Darasinmi has been unlucky in love until she meets Mr. Right. He is rich, handsome, and is madly in love with her. But there is one snag; he won’t marry a woman who already has a child. Darasinmi now has to keep her daughter a secret at all costs.
“Otapyapya” Emeka and Suzie B talk about the ladies while in the studio. They also ask the question, “is it good for men to stare at a women’s behind and admire it?”. They have differing opinions and that leads to an argument.