Inspired by true events. Otile, a poor ‘bodaboda’ rider is jobless ten years down the line after graduating with a second-class honours degree in automotive engineering. When election violence erupts after the disputed Kenyan presidential elections, Otile leads other rioters in the streets of Kisumu. To him, this is the only opportunity he can vent his anger at the government’s bad leadership, which he holds responsible for his joblessness. On one fateful day, as he runs for his dear life from the anti-riot police, he finds himself inside Dan’s house. The police trace him and beat everyone in the house including Dan’s six-month-old child, Baby Joy. And now Otile runs into exile from the fear of being falsely implicated by the police for Baby Joy’s death. Who killed Baby Joy?
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