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Four rich men (the Merry Men) seduce powerful women, get contracts from the political elite, steal from the rich, give to the poor and have sex with the hottest women in town. They face their biggest challenge yet when they antagonize a notorious and corrupt politician who plans on demolishing a village to build a shopping mall. The four men scheme to save the poor people of the village.Written by
We are homegrown and proud. Most Nigerian films are rushed, and tacky with so many plot holes in the story but they're home to Nigerians, made by Nigerians, for Nigerians. This movie was made well. A star-studded cast and veteran actors, you'll laugh, be charmed and notice how less tacky this is. Progress in the sweetest way possible. There is room for improvement, but well done!
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