Kelvin, a young boy gets into a Nigerian polytechnic. He finds it easy and smooth until he dabbles into student politics. The politics is done the Nigerian way and his female friend, Ann gets kidnapped. As a torrent of emotions bombard him; trouble, chaos, and fight ensues and he puts his life on the line. "In a department filled with people who know how to make people prove their worth, we were told that before the voting can take place, we will have to tell them what kind of representatives we would be for them. See wahala o. That was the day I knew there was difference between formal and informal talks. A class that I comfortably stand and whatever I like, the atmosphere changed immediately and everything became different. It looked like I was going to play a penalty in the front of 80000 fans. The other guy asked to speak first. Come and see talk o. The guy started blabbing, telling the class how he will do unimaginable things; he will buy foolscap sheet for any test in the department, he will pay their bus fair (N100, to and fro) for 2 weeks and other funny things. I was shocked when I saw the people shouting and hailing him. I roughly calculated what he just promised them and it was worth close to 1 million naira. I smiled when I looked at the people and saw a bunch of fools."