it’s her day

I only want an easy mind, sir; not crushed by crowded obligations
― Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

In this case, the obligations were all fiscal, fuelled by social media, dubious status and egoistic fantasy.

The closing scenes, which involved a cavalcade of ‘keke’ were almost as inspiring as the near final scene at the altar, when *redacted as to say more would be tantamount to a spoiler*.

This was my introduction to Nollywood just over a week ago. What I feared would be too much of a ‘rom-com’ turned about to be a slice of biting social satire, my first introduction to ‘pidgin’ and well, just a great film.

Watch this space for more Nollywood reviews.

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