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Theme: Gender Empowerment Training
Logline: ‘Wherever a Man Steps, a Woman can Equally Stand.’
Faith wins a CDF scholarship to train as an ICT technician to get her family out of poverty, but her own drunken dad believes that scholarships don’t come for free in the corrupt state. He accuses his daughter of sexual mischief with a notorious CDF chairman. In the ensuing fracas, Faith and her sickly mum survive stabbing by the drunken man and escape into the night never to return; choosing to wage a Trojan fight for survival and reclaim their dignity and self-esteem which her dad had wantonly had almost destroyed.

They accept a dehumanising offer of food and accommodation with no pay to provide
manual labour in a dairy farm. Between attending polytechnic training by day and manual
labourer by night, Faith encounters heartbreaking experiences of fighting sexual harassment
from a rogue lecturer and accusations that she and her mum have turned into thieves when
she gets to her temporary abode. When she’s on the verge of presenting her final ICT
project, her lecturer rejects it on frivolous grounds because he’s still smarting from the
rejection of his sexual advances. She uploads her project online, as she stoically states, ‘to
be judged by God and the world’.

Faith joins industrial attachment in a suave flourishing ICT firm owned by Kelvin, an enigmatic young billionaire, who all the slay queens in town are dying to date. By the queerest of coincidences, Kelvin shows an interest in her, frustrating her dream of being self-made. 
She endures debilitating sexual harassment in the office and rejects expensive gifts
from him, but he’s relentless.

Faith finally moves into Kelvin’s lavish home under very stringent conditions which Kelvin
promises to honour. Before long, however, Kelvin unbelievably rapes her on a fateful night
and triggers her limping away from the luxurious mansion into the perils of the dark night,
with her mum, who had also coincidentally been raped when she was a virgin, by her side.
The two women drag their broken spirits back into Mrs Wandaka’s farm which they’d
abandoned in sheer bravado. As they embark to climb the stairs towards Mrs Wandaka’s
gazebo, Faith’s phone persistently rings and on her answering it, she’s told to report for job placement from a company who had come across her impressive ICT project online and
were looking for a person of her calibre. She’s saved from the throes of demeaning
humiliation under divine circumstances, in a tear-jerking resolution.

The end credits roll on a team of men, with Faith the only female on the telecommunication
mast, putting the men in their place as she elbows them towards fixing a glitch that had
paralysed the entire city’s telecommunication network.

Theme: Gender Empowerment Training
Logline: ‘Wherever a Man Steps, a Woman can Equally Stand.’
Faith wins a CDF scholarship to train as an ICT technician to get her family out of poverty, but her own drunken dad believes that scholarships don’t come for free in the corrupt state. He accuses his daughter of sexual mischief with a notorious CDF chairman. In the ensuing fracas, Faith and her sickly mum survive stabbing by the drunken man and escape into the night never to return; choosing to wage a Trojan fight for survival and reclaim their dignity and self-esteem which her dad had wantonly had almost destroyed.
They accept a dehumanising offer of food and accommodation with no pay to provide
manual labour in a dairy farm. Between attending polytechnic training by day and manual
labourer by night, Faith encounters heartbreaking experiences of fighting sexual harassment
from a rogue lecturer and accusations that she and her mum have turned into thieves when
she gets to her temporary abode. When she’s on the verge of presenting her final ICT
project, her lecturer rejects it on frivolous grounds because he’s still smarting from the
rejection of his sexual advances. She uploads her project online, as she stoically states, ‘to
be judged by God and the world’.
Faith joins industrial attachment in a suave flourishing ICT firm owned by Kelvin, an enigmatic young billionaire, who all the slay queens in town are dying to date. By the queerest of coincidences, Kelvin shows an interest in her, frustrating her dream of being self-made.
She endures debilitating sexual harassment in the office and rejects expensive gifts
from him, but he’s relentless.
Faith finally moves into Kelvin’s lavish home under very stringent conditions which Kelvin
promises to honour. Before long, however, Kelvin unbelievably rapes her on a fateful night
and triggers her limping away from the luxurious mansion into the perils of the dark night,
with her mum, who had also coincidentally been raped when she was a virgin, by her side.
The two women drag their broken spirits back into Mrs Wandaka’s farm which they’d
abandoned in sheer bravado. As they embark to climb the stairs towards Mrs Wandaka’s
gazebo, Faith’s phone persistently rings and on her answering it, she’s told to report for job placement from a company who had come across her impressive ICT project online and
were looking for a person of her calibre. She’s saved from the throes of demeaning
humiliation under divine circumstances, in a tear-jerking resolution.
The end credits roll on a team of men, with Faith the only female on the telecommunication
mast, putting the men in their place as she elbows them towards fixing a glitch that had
paralysed the entire city’s telecommunication network.

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