Rhoda is a woman in love. She has been with Richard since their campus days. Richard, however, is a lazy and stingy man. Before they got jobs, she was the one who was breaking her back doing different hustles to sustain them. They are both teachers, and when they are finally absorbed by TSC, Rhoda takes a loan and builds a house on Richard's ancestral land, upgrading them from the mudwalled hut.
But Richard turns out to be a drunkard and a womanizer, while Rhoda turns to the church. Ironically, though, when Richard gets saved, he hooks up with Rhoda's pastor, Prophetess Hannah. They brand Rhoda a sorcerer and kick her out of her matrimonial home. Richard marries Prophetess Hannah.
Margaret is the new CEO of the Jahazi Group, the second largest company in Kenya. But while she is an experienced corporate executive, she soon finds out that the corporate politics at the Jahazi Group are unlike anything she has experienced before. For a start, the shareholders are embroiled in a bitter fight over expansion into Somalia.
It turns out, to Margaret’s dismay, that the former CEO didn’t die of natural causes as was reported. He was murdered. And now it is Margaret’s turn. She has to pick a side. The minority shareholders have already issued veiled threats. And the majority shareholder is a crazy man who not only expects loyalty from her, but he also wants her to be his latest trophy wife.
She tenders her resignation, but it is rejected. The company’s chairman bluntly tells her that the only way out of the company is through a coffin.
Jeremy and Fridah started like many couples-as struggling college sweethearts. But things slowly improved, especially after they got jobs. The problem is that after Fridah, a primary school teacher, got a TSC posting, Jeremy changed and stopped supporting his family. The he got into an accident that left him bedridden for almost two years. After exhausting his sick leave days, Jeremy was fired.
Taking care of Jeremy was expensive, and Fridah took a loan to cover the expenses. Then a friend told that she could pursue insurance payment and pointed her to a lawyer. The lawyer told her that in addition to the accident insurance payment, they could also sue Jeremy's former employer for unfair termination.
Now Jeremy has recovered. Payments on both fronts have materialized. And that is when he decides to leave Fridah and the children, and hooks up with a new woman. Fridah is left with three children to bring up and a loan to pay. A loan that she spent on an ungrateful man.
Cecilia is hardworking police detective. She is ambitious too, and believes that if she keeps working hard and does the right thing, she will excel in her career. She is tested when the case of a school girl, Sharon, hands on her laps. Sharon has been defiled by an wealthy and influential lawyer.
As Cecilia starts investigating, she is suddenly pulled out of the case, in a bid by some of her superiors to save the lawyer. But she leaks the story to a blogger, and it goes viral. Under public pressure, her bosses hand the file back to her. She is now more determined than ever to put the rapist behind bars.
But the old lawyer, Maxwell, is not taking it lying down. With the help of his sons, he lays out an elaborate plan to kill both Cecilia and Sharon.
As teenagers and young adults, Donald and Hellen were the ultimate couple. But when Donald's elder brother William returned from the university, Hellen decided that she had chosen the wrong sibling. Donald was condemned to being a poor village carpenter, while his brother was on his way to a white collar job as a teacher. She seduced William, got pregnant and manipulated him into marriage.
Fifteen years later, she realizes that her gamble backfired. Donald is now a wealthy owner of a successful furniture business, and is on his way to graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration. William, on the other hand, seem to have stagnated. His miserable salary, which is already burned with loans, cannot afford Hellen the life she feels she wants.
Hellen wants Donald back, even though he is now happily married. She visits a witch doctor, and is informed that she has to offer her current husband William as a sacrifice, if she wants to get Donald back into her life.
He looks like the ideal bachelor: handsome, intelligent, single, funny, and financially stable. Many are the girls who are seeking his attention. Edith was not interested. She had no desire to be part of his harem. But as she got to know him, and as they became friends, she started falling in love.
Unknown to her, his lifestyle is funded by a wealthy but very jealous older woman. It is only after she is kidnapped that she realises that she will lose her life over a photographer who had not even formally asked her to be his girlfriend.
Carol was orphaned when she was a teenager in High School. Her two brothers, both in primary school, became her responsibility, after relatives fled. Her father died in a road accident, and her mother followed two years later. Rachael, Carol’s mother, committed suicide when her new lover, an Apostle called Dwayne, swindled her and left her penniless.
Carol struggled in life but she managed to take her brothers through school. But she carries a grudge against Apostle Dwayne. She is determined to get back everything Dwayne stole from her family. But the Apostle’s wife Cecilia is known to have people who trouble her husband killed.
Will Carol survive Cecilia’s schemes?
Ryan has been happily married for seven years and has three children. He has always had a good job, so providing for his family has never been a problem. When he got married, his wife did not have a job, so he catered for all the needs of the family. When she got a job, Ryan continued to provide without asking for her assistance.
Things however changed when he lost his job three months ago. His wife stepped up and started settling the bills, but her attitude towards him changed as well. She started disrespecting him and treating him like trash. She even started an affair with her boss. Eventually she has abandoned him and the children, opting to move in with her boss.
Without a job, Ryan has no idea how he will fend for his children...
Gabriel married Patricia when she had nothing, save for her two little daughters. She had been fired from her job and the father of her children had fled. For the last six years they have made a beautiful couple. Gabriel, a civil servant, leaves the management of his investments to his wife.
All his well until Chris, Patricia's baby daddy, returns to her live. They not only start sleeping together again, but they conspire to steal Gabriel's property. What follows is a tale of betrayal, and pain.
Julius is a successful clergy man. He has built a large church that mints billions of shillings annually. But unlike many Bishops, Julius insists on using seventy percent of his church's revenue on charity work, and only thirty percent on administrative costs. He draws a modest salary from the church.
But he is growing old, and talk of succession is rife. One ambitious pastor has already hatched a plan to assassinate the Bishop. He is the Bishop's most trusted man, and he is assisted by the Bishop's wife, who he married after the death of his first wife. Brutus and Marie, the co-conspirators, want control of the church's billions, and charity work is not on their minds.
Raphael is a young widower, having lost his wife to cancer at the age of 32. He fell in love with his late wife's best friend, who is divorced, but she turned down his romantic gestures, fearing backlash from the community. But they have remained good friends. Raphael's life is simple, straightforward and comfortable, until he meets and starts dating Annette.
Annette possesses him like a piece of property, and isolates him from his friends, both male and female. She wants to spend all his free time with him, alone. She monitors his social media accounts to ward off female competition. She is particularly determined to make sure that Linet doesn't get near him.
Raphael is feeling suffocated, but he doesn't have the courage to break up with Annette. Is it a crime for a woman to love you so much that she wants to be with you all the time?
Alice is a young Christian lady, engaged to get married to a Christian man, Joab. They work together at Tegeta Industries and fellowship in the same church. Being born-again Christians, they have vowed to remain sexually pure until their wedding night. But there is a problem.
Alice is being pursued by Albert, the CEO of a microfinance bank that the company she works for owes money. She has already brushed off advances from Humphrey, the CEO of her own company, but Albert is persistent; and both Humphrey and her line manager, Nancy, are throwing her as a bait to Albert. It is becoming clear that it is either she sleeps with Albert, or she loses her job. Having remained jobless for three years before getting this one, she knows she cannot afford to lose her job. But she cannot afford to break her vow to God and her fiancée either.
Unknown to her, Joab has already succumbed to the sexual advances of Nancy, who is the company’s Chief Financial Officer and therefore his boss as well. He hates it, but he knew that if he didn’t do it both he and Alice would get fired. Nancy believes that Alice is Joab’s cousin. What Joab doesn’t have is the courage to tell Alice the truth, even though she has already told him about Albert.