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The film starts with a monologue by an unnamed narrator explaining the synopsis of the film with images from the end of the film. Emeka Nwosu (Ramsey Nouah) was stuck in a traffic presumely caused by the death of a pedestrian, when his concubine, Isabella (Tunde Aladese), sent him a text reminding him to get home early so they can have fun together. City hustlers Charlie (OC Ukeje) and Chichi (Gold Ikponmwosa) arrive the scene with the former taking advantage of unsuspecting road-watchers and stealing a phone after a fight broke out on the crowded road. Bello (Ali Nuhu) is a diligent and honest civil servant, whose only "crime" at the office has been his refusal to partake in any of the corrupt practice by his co-workers. His raucous boss uses every opportunity to disrespect him. During a workday, Bello is given more jobs to do by his colleagues after work hours. He reluctantly accepts and is subsequently abused by his boss for not finishing the job on time despite his explanations.

Charles and Chichi review the pictures on the stolen phone and try to reach an agreement on what to do with the phone. The two friends force their entry to the car of a publisher by breaking the wheel-screen. They buy some drinks with the money they got and begin discussing on their interpretation of The Lion King as seen by Africans. Emeka notices that his phone has been stolen and tries calling his number, but was told that due to "The Circle of Life" in The Lion King ownership has been passed on to them from him. He furiously disengages from the conversation on the resistance of the friends to start a meaningful conversation. He is calmed by his concubine Isabella afterwards.

Babajide (Tony Goodman) is the head publisher of Righteous Trumpet Newspaper. During a family dinner he explained the car robbery he faced and was surprised that both his wife and kids did not condemn the act by the thieves with complete disdain, instead a sociological debate started between him and his son, Kola (Nathaniel Deme) who was shifting the blame from the thieves to the government. His mum introduced another topic to end the heated debate since neither side would let go.

Charles persuaded Chichi to accompany him to a drug dealer, Muri (Toyin Oshinaike) whom he had previously had sex with his sister but Chichi was negligent and wanted to visit another dealer at "Abbatoir". He later retired then followed Charles. They bought drugs worth N200, and were told that his sister was about to get married after Muri noticed Chichi facial expressions towards his sister. Charles and Gold have a reflective discussion while having a cigar when Chichi informs Charles that he will be relocating to Bauchi State to start a new life with his uncle. Charles gave him the stolen phone as a farewell gift.

The two friends interrupts the sexual intercourse involving a disturbed Emeka and Isabella with a call and they started to negotiate a ransom for the recovery of the phone while his wife waits for him at home. Kola's sister, Doyin (Yachat Sankey) sneaks out of the house to attend a party and persuaded her brother, Kola to promise not to tell their parents. At the party, OC drugs Doyin's friend, Fola (Lisa Pam-Tok) then rapes her. Gold refuses to use drugs on Doyin and opted for her number instead. Police raided the party and arrested many including Charles. At home, Babajide tried motivating Kola with some fatherly advise and explains to him that he needs to start taking responsibility to become a man. He instructed him to join him at his office the next day.

Bello questions his wife on her whereabouts the previous day, she felt irritated in the course of their argument especially at his mention of lack of money as the reason for them not wanting to have a child. On his way to work the next day, Babajide and Kola engage in a father-son conversation, and Babajide narrated his life-story on how he was able to overcome challenges during the civil war and establishing his company. He got distracted then splashes water on Bello, who was walking along the road. Bello reacted angrily by throwing a stone at the car and regrettably breaking the back-screen. Chief refuses to accept any compensation or apology from him and decides to take him to the Police Station explaining to him that as a good example to his son, whenever crimes are committed, it should always be a matter for the police. As he zoomed off with Bello in his car, the sticker on his car reads "I am an Ideal Citizen, what about you?". Ali refuses to bribe his way out of jail at the request of the corrupt police-men and was placed in the same cell as Charles. Babajide introduces Kola to his staffs at the office and tells him to write an article on the decline of the moral level in the society using his ordeal (with the thieves and Bello) as a guide even though he had previously told him to write on Power supply.

The film starts with a monologue by an unnamed narrator explaining the synopsis of the film with images from the end of the film. Emeka Nwosu (Ramsey Nouah) was stuck in a traffic presumely caused by the death of a pedestrian, when his concubine, Isabella (Tunde Aladese), sent him a text reminding him to get home early so they can have fun together. City hustlers Charlie (OC Ukeje) and Chichi (Gold Ikponmwosa) arrive the scene with the former taking advantage of unsuspecting road-watchers and stealing a phone after a fight broke out on the crowded road. Bello (Ali Nuhu) is a diligent and honest civil servant, whose only "crime" at the office has been his refusal to partake in any of the corrupt practice by his co-workers. His raucous boss uses every opportunity to disrespect him. During a workday, Bello is given more jobs to do by his colleagues after work hours. He reluctantly accepts and is subsequently abused by his boss for not finishing the job on time despite his explanations.

Charles and Chichi review the pictures on the stolen phone and try to reach an agreement on what to do with the phone. The two friends force their entry to the car of a publisher by breaking the wheel-screen. They buy some drinks with the money they got and begin discussing on their interpretation of The Lion King as seen by Africans. Emeka notices that his phone has been stolen and tries calling his number, but was told that due to "The Circle of Life" in The Lion King ownership has been passed on to them from him. He furiously disengages from the conversation on the resistance of the friends to start a meaningful conversation. He is calmed by his concubine Isabella afterwards.

Babajide (Tony Goodman) is the head publisher of Righteous Trumpet Newspaper. During a family dinner he explained the car robbery he faced and was surprised that both his wife and kids did not condemn the act by the thieves with complete disdain, instead a sociological debate started between him and his son, Kola (Nathaniel Deme) who was shifting the blame from the thieves to the government. His mum introduced another topic to end the heated debate since neither side would let go.

Charles persuaded Chichi to accompany him to a drug dealer, Muri (Toyin Oshinaike) whom he had previously had sex with his sister but Chichi was negligent and wanted to visit another dealer at "Abbatoir". He later retired then followed Charles. They bought drugs worth N200, and were told that his sister was about to get married after Muri noticed Chichi facial expressions towards his sister. Charles and Gold have a reflective discussion while having a cigar when Chichi informs Charles that he will be relocating to Bauchi State to start a new life with his uncle. Charles gave him the stolen phone as a farewell gift.

The two friends interrupts the sexual intercourse involving a disturbed Emeka and Isabella with a call and they started to negotiate a ransom for the recovery of the phone while his wife waits for him at home. Kola's sister, Doyin (Yachat Sankey) sneaks out of the house to attend a party and persuaded her brother, Kola to promise not to tell their parents. At the party, OC drugs Doyin's friend, Fola (Lisa Pam-Tok) then rapes her. Gold refuses to use drugs on Doyin and opted for her number instead. Police raided the party and arrested many including Charles. At home, Babajide tried motivating Kola with some fatherly advise and explains to him that he needs to start taking responsibility to become a man. He instructed him to join him at his office the next day.

Bello questions his wife on her whereabouts the previous day, she felt irritated in the course of their argument especially at his mention of lack of money as the reason for them not wanting to have a child. On his way to work the next day, Babajide and Kola engage in a father-son conversation, and Babajide narrated his life-story on how he was able to overcome challenges during the civil war and establishing his company. He got distracted then splashes water on Bello, who was walking along the road. Bello reacted angrily by throwing a stone at the car and regrettably breaking the back-screen. Chief refuses to accept any compensation or apology from him and decides to take him to the Police Station explaining to him that as a good example to his son, whenever crimes are committed, it should always be a matter for the police. As he zoomed off with Bello in his car, the sticker on his car reads "I am an Ideal Citizen, what about you?". Ali refuses to bribe his way out of jail at the request of the corrupt police-men and was placed in the same cell as Charles. Babajide introduces Kola to his staffs at the office and tells him to write an article on the decline of the moral level in the society using his ordeal (with the thieves and Bello) as a guide even though he had previously told him to write on Power supply.

The film starts with a monologue by an unnamed narrator explaining the synopsis of the film with images from the end of the film. Emeka Nwosu (Ramsey Nouah) was stuck in a traffic presumely caused by the death of a pedestrian, when his concubine, Isabella (Tunde Aladese), sent him a text reminding him to get home early so they can have fun together. City hustlers Charlie (OC Ukeje) and Chichi (Gold Ikponmwosa) arrive the scene with the former taking advantage of unsuspecting road-watchers and stealing a phone after a fight broke out on the crowded road. Bello (Ali Nuhu) is a diligent and honest civil servant, whose only "crime" at the office has been his refusal to partake in any of the corrupt practice by his co-workers. His raucous boss uses every opportunity to disrespect him. During a workday, Bello is given more jobs to do by his colleagues after work hours. He reluctantly accepts and is subsequently abused by his boss for not finishing the job on time despite his explanations.

Charles and Chichi review the pictures on the stolen phone and try to reach an agreement on what to do with the phone. The two friends force their entry to the car of a publisher by breaking the wheel-screen. They buy some drinks with the money they got and begin discussing on their interpretation of The Lion King as seen by Africans. Emeka notices that his phone has been stolen and tries calling his number, but was told that due to "The Circle of Life" in The Lion King ownership has been passed on to them from him. He furiously disengages from the conversation on the resistance of the friends to start a meaningful conversation. He is calmed by his concubine Isabella afterwards.

Babajide (Tony Goodman) is the head publisher of Righteous Trumpet Newspaper. During a family dinner he explained the car robbery he faced and was surprised that both his wife and kids did not condemn the act by the thieves with complete disdain, instead a sociological debate started between him and his son, Kola (Nathaniel Deme) who was shifting the blame from the thieves to the government. His mum introduced another topic to end the heated debate since neither side would let go.

Charles persuaded Chichi to accompany him to a drug dealer, Muri (Toyin Oshinaike) whom he had previously had sex with his sister but Chichi was negligent and wanted to visit another dealer at "Abbatoir". He later retired then followed Charles. They bought drugs worth N200, and were told that his sister was about to get married after Muri noticed Chichi facial expressions towards his sister. Charles and Gold have a reflective discussion while having a cigar when Chichi informs Charles that he will be relocating to Bauchi State to start a new life with his uncle. Charles gave him the stolen phone as a farewell gift.

The two friends interrupts the sexual intercourse involving a disturbed Emeka and Isabella with a call and they started to negotiate a ransom for the recovery of the phone while his wife waits for him at home. Kola's sister, Doyin (Yachat Sankey) sneaks out of the house to attend a party and persuaded her brother, Kola to promise not to tell their parents. At the party, OC drugs Doyin's friend, Fola (Lisa Pam-Tok) then rapes her. Gold refuses to use drugs on Doyin and opted for her number instead. Police raided the party and arrested many including Charles. At home, Babajide tried motivating Kola with some fatherly advise and explains to him that he needs to start taking responsibility to become a man. He instructed him to join him at his office the next day.

Bello questions his wife on her whereabouts the previous day, she felt irritated in the course of their argument especially at his mention of lack of money as the reason for them not wanting to have a child. On his way to work the next day, Babajide and Kola engage in a father-son conversation, and Babajide narrated his life-story on how he was able to overcome challenges during the civil war and establishing his company. He got distracted then splashes water on Bello, who was walking along the road. Bello reacted angrily by throwing a stone at the car and regrettably breaking the back-screen. Chief refuses to accept any compensation or apology from him and decides to take him to the Police Station explaining to him that as a good example to his son, whenever crimes are committed, it should always be a matter for the police. As he zoomed off with Bello in his car, the sticker on his car reads "I am an Ideal Citizen, what about you?". Ali refuses to bribe his way out of jail at the request of the corrupt police-men and was placed in the same cell as Charles. Babajide introduces Kola to his staffs at the office and tells him to write an article on the decline of the moral level in the society using his ordeal (with the thieves and Bello) as a guide even though he had previously told him to write on Power supply.

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