1984. North Eastern Kenya. Ahmedinasir, then a forgetful village boy, witnessed a massacre. He’s now a nosy, old school detective deputizing for a commissioner in a commission of inquiry into the crimes against humanity committed during the massacre. But the commissioner is fronting for the massacre plotters! The detective starts avenging and people turn up dead. A plotter’s wife is mistakenly sacrificed at the altar of revenge. The enraged widower informs a police officer. The officer soon realizes he must protect the detective who’s deliberately leaving clues to the gruesome murders. The officer, a serial seducer, seduces a married woman. Her husband consults a witch doctor. The adulterers get stuck during sex. They are admitted to hospital. The case is assigned to a surgeon. Neither the surgeon nor the facility can measure up. Interestingly, the surgeon once based his thesis on penis captivus, calling it a myth. Worse still, whoever cast the spell won’t reverse it because witch doctors can’t reverse their own spells! Elsewhere, two ordinary males are good neighbours in an immorality neighbourhood. In the heat of the moment, one injures the other. Ambition separates them. Decades later, they meet again and emotions run high when they realize they are in-laws.