Projects in Development

Black Wedding

Two women of different class and race, Samantha Kabemba and Zahra Mbembo, whose lives change forever on the same day, find redemption when they work together to confront their demons.

Samantha inherits a debt worth thousands of dollars from her late husband who committed suicide on their second year wedding anniversary. She finds herself making desperate decisions after she was dragged to court and told to pay the debt within a month.

Eager to reunite with her husband, Zahra arrives in Canada to meet him after two years of separation but is surprised to know he is married to a white woman and only brought Zahra to Canada as a maid and surrogate mother for her husband and his white wife.

The two women meet each other by stroke of fate and find a way to solve the challenges facing them.

Forging Identities

Forging Identities is a sitcom that chronicles the struggles of five young African immigrant studying in Canada who are trying to adapt to the pressures of living in a new environment with different culture without parental supervision.

Their newly found freedom position them as sole decision-makers in their lives, however, there is always a price to pay for their youthful exuberant lifestyles as university students living in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

The sit-com features the exploits of five main characters and their journey of self-discovery on a foreign soil. The Sit-com shed light on the beauty of cultural integration in the eagerly accommodating Canadian multicultural society.

Nigerian Doctor

A well experienced dejected Nigerian doctor cum politician relocates to the US with his family after a failed political career in a bid to get away from the unwelcoming political atmosphere in Nigeria.

To make ends meet while still seeking permanent residency in America, he gets an opportunity from a friend to work as a pharmacy assistant. However, his medical instincts was tested when a life threatening accident happened around his work place with the victim requiring the expertise of an unavailable specialist surgeon to keep him alive.

The Nigerian doctor steps in to save the day and he is termed a hero only for his heroic status to be cut short after the arrival of the specialist surgeon who immediately decides to fire and then sue him for operating on a patient without the hospital’s surgical permit.

The Nigerian doctor who was on the verge of deportation over his actions gets redemption when the man he saved from dying organized a massive protest on his behalf to prevent his deportation. The Nigerian doctor is eventually granted presidential pardon and citizenship for himself and his family.