continuing from the harrowing events on part 1 (see my review of the initial part for more details), we meet Jumoke (Foluke Daramola) still recuperating in the hospital. While a friend of the family's visits with her briefly, he retreats into the hallway to have a discussion with her doctor. There he reveals the news of the death of both Jumoke's parents but since Jumoke is being treated at a psychiatric ward, he wants the news kept from her for fear of a relapse, as she seemed to be in good spirits and getting better. He also tells to the doctor to make sure that Jumoke's husband is not allowed access to her and that for the most part, he (the family friend) is now her legal guardian.
Slowly and surely, Jumoke reaches satisfactory health and is released from the hospital, only to return to her parent's house to find out the sad news for herself. Lonely and grief-stricken, she is visited by that family friend who offers to help her, since he'd been the one caring for her while she was in hospital and well as looking after the family business. Her offers her a job with a very handsome pay cheque but when she reaches the office, she is antagonised by a very bitchy co-worker with a secret history (played to perfection by Shola Shobowale) and that ball gets rolling from there. You will find it near impossible to stop watching from this part of the film forward, when Jumoke mysteriously gets pregnant and the series of events that follow that. Richard Mofe Damijo, shows up like halfway through in a respectable role as a police detective, and major kudos go to him for attempting to speak Yoruba! Lord knows if he were in a Hindi film, they would have dubbed over his sub-par command of the language. No offense RMD Ji! :-D
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