Your Excellency stars Akin Lewis as Chief Olalekan Ajadi – the most unlikely candidate who decides to run for president. The social media scene is thrown into a frenzy as it seems that he just might win it as they begin to believe it is possible for an outsider to aspire to the highest public office.
Elevator Baby stars Timini Egbuson as Dare Williams a wealthy spoilt kid with a fiery temper who gets stuck in an elevator with a pregnant lady called Abigail (Toyin Abraham), an underprivileged and brash lady who unexpectedly goes into labor while in the elevator. Dare is left with no choice but to try and save both mother and child.
From the guys that gave us Sylvia comes Three Thieves which tells the story of three young men (Frank Donga, Shawn Faqua and Koye-kekere Ekun) who are frustrated with their current employment and end up getting mixed up in a seemingly low-risk, high-profit theft job. Things unfold and they just might be adding kidnapping to the list of crimes they are committing. With a comedic twist to it all, it’s a wonder how they end up as heroes of the day.
Love is war is a drama about Dimeji (Richard Mofe-Damijo) and his wife Hankuri (Omoni Oboli) contesting against each other for the gubernatorial seat of Ondo State.
Chief Daddy tells the story of billionaire industrialist Chief Beecroft (Taiwo Obileye), a flamboyant benefactor to a large extended family of relatives, household staff and assorted mistresses. Chief lives large, like there’s no tomorrow, until the day he dies suddenly and the ‘bullion van’ stops. What’s in his will and who gets all that money? What happens next will surprise you, as Chief Daddy has the last laugh from beyond the grave.
Whose Meal Ticket is about Lisa (Lisa Omorodion) and her mother Mrs Philips her mother (Ngozi Nwosu) scheme on how to make their comeback to affluence after their fall from grace and how better to do it than marry Lisa into a rich family?