You need to login to view this content. Login Or Signup Now
Nifemi, a medical doctor, blames herself for exposing her husband to COVID19. She will go to any lengths to protect the only thing she has left - her daughter, even from herself.
You Also May Like
The Upside Down
In a bid to beat the 8PM curfew, a woman crushes due to over speeding. She hits a motorcyclist who, as it turns out, is not a stranger.
Thomas or rather, " brother Thomas ", a shy and humble mannered? young man is ready for church...wearing his Sunday best clothes.he goes to pick up his friend Taku..Today Thomas has been given an opportunity to preach by the pastor. He is excited. While waiting for Taku to finish up, Thomas wanders into Taku's kitchen and? ?eats a small cake on the kitchen counter which unknown to him, contains cannabis..soon Thomas becomes "high" and begins to run a mock
Scholastica Njeri decides to commit suicide because of depression.? She writes her last letter to her mother and narrates to us the last moments of her life after taking the suicide pills. Will the pills work, will she be saved?
Mama Kate and Obrempong were lovers that separated because of Obrempong father’s nature of job. They promised each other to be together but that did not happen. They now decided to marry their children off after they graduate so that the two families can come together. Sally and Gimmy did not agree to their parents promise but they were convinced and they got married. They had different interest, hobbies and likes that make their living together a charade. They decide to confront their parents with the whole truth. When they got to Sally’s father’s house, they saw their parents in the living room making out. Amidst all these drama, they have to cope with their ‘Slim Sexy’ house help. Will they be able to tell their parents the truth? Will they go back to live as husband and wife or roommates? Charade teaches about love.
Just Hope tells the story of a young girl named Mary who is saddled with the sole responsibility of catering for the needs of her younger sister and crippled father after her mother dies during child birth. She drops out of school to enable her sister continue while she continues to hawk on the streets to make ends meet. Through the help of her neighbor, she gets a spot to sell at a school. It is at the school she meets Ese, a student and they start a beautiful friendship. Ese extends not just a hand of friendship but also helps Mary live her dream of going back to school.
Following the death of her husband, Amahle is now being threatened by her in-laws who want to take over her home. What she is confronted with is a common experience for many women in Africa, but the outcome is not as common.
There are no reviews yet.