The movie is about a couple Iteoluwa (Murphy Afolabi) and Adewunmi (Mide Martins Abiodun) that used their unborn babies for rituals. The husband feeling guilty for this act promised his wife never to remarry. Did he keep to this promise? Find out in the plot of the movie.

Iteoluwa (Murphy Afolabi) without informing his wife- Adewunmi (Mide Martins Abiodun) earlier tells her that he has a meeting with the people in his office. Adewunmi is not happy that Iteoluwa didn’t inform her earlier which makes her suspicious of his movements.

Adewunmi calls their driver Kazeem to take her to a particular place.

Iteoluwa is on the phone with his mum who informs him that she would be visiting their house the next morning in order to collect the money for the completion of her house that they are building.

Adewunmi’s friend stops by at her house to check on her but meets her absence. Iteoluwa’s mum is also in her son’s house to collect the money for the building project. Adewunmi’s friend leaves their midst while Iteoluwa and his mum discusses, but moments later he runs mad.

Both Iteoluwa’s mum and Adewunmi call the doctor’s attention and he advices them to take Iteoluwa to psychiatric home.

Adewunmi and Iteoluwa’s mum both visit a white garment church for help and the man of God tells them what they should bring. But Adewunmi sneaks back to the church and threaten to deal with the man of God if he heals her husband. The man of God adheres to Adewunmi’s instructions and stops work on her husband.

Adewunmi is advised by a young lady (I assume the lady is her sister), to take her husband to an herbalist but she scolds her.

A family goes to visit their son in a traditional home where they put him and they are unhappy that there is no improvement in him.

A lady advises Iteoluwa’s mum to take Iteoluwa’s case to an herbalist. She heeds her advice and goes with Iteoluwa’s wife. The herbalist finds out that Adewunmi is actually behind his madness. In anger, she narrates the story to him. She makes him understand that she and her husband used her womb for money.

Iteoluwa is telling his wife Adewunmi how his pal- Ajobi insulted him when he went to beg him for money. Adewunmi is infuriated and tells him to look for all ways to make money.

Iteoluwa goes to an herbalist and agrees to do money rituals. The herbalist tells him to bring a lady he likes to carry a sacrifice for him. Adewunmi carries the sacrifice on his behalf but her womb is taken as an exchange.
The herbalist reveals to Iteoluwa that the source of his wealth is his wife’s womb. This displeases Iteoluwa and he walks out of the herbalist. Unable to reverse the ritual, Iteoluwa promises Adewunmi never to marry another woman.

Iteoluwa’s mum calls Adewunmi and advises her to look for solution to her barrenness. Iteoluwa’s mum advises her son to marry another wife that would bear him children.

Suspicious of her husband’s movement, Adewunmi forces words out of the driver’s mouth- Kazeem, about her husband’s secrets. He reveals that her husband has another wife who has a child for him. Adewunmi tells Kazeem to get a picture of them together which he does and then sends to Adewunmi.

Adewunmi finally approaches the lady sharing her husband with her and warns her to stay off her husband but the lady disrespects her and calls her barren afterwards which leaves her speechless.

Adewunmi tells her friend what is happening between her and her husband. Her friend takes her to an herbalist (Razaq Owokaniran) who after hearing Adewunmi’s side of the story, then makes Iteoluwa go mad.

The herbalist pleads with her to forgive her husband and she accepts to.
Adewunmi goes to meet her friend and pleads with her to accompany her to the herbalist to revoke the cham, but on getting to the herbalist’s place, someone tells them that he is dead.

Iteoluwa’s mum insults the driver for leaking her son’s secret and threatens to deal with him if anything happens to him.

Adewunmi tells the herbalist handling her husband’s case that the herbalist that made him go mad is no more. Iteoluwa coughs ceaselessly until he dies.

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