Michael Nnaji is young, affable and extremely brilliant, but still struggling. He dedicates the entirety of his life to ecclesiastical service, and the anointing upon his life is a major source of blessing to many that come across him. However, anointing without money is annoyance, so his superior in the church, Pastor Kunle Martins orchestrates a multimillion-dollar deal that requires his information and communication technology expertise, which will certainly make him stupendously rich.
He rejects the juicy offer bluntly, and upholds the tenet of his faith while Pastor Martins goes raving mad at him and presents him with a choice: either to accept the crooked, rich proposition or spend his whole life, languishing in gaol.
Michael prays ardently for divine intervention to be let off the hook but quite unfortunate, the charge against him is very grievous, and he needs a rapid and effective legal service which he can't really afford to escape a damnable incarceration, and he hopes for a miracle to get that. One just wonders the possibility of it. An absolute expose' of the ills venerated personalities perpetrate in the African society.