It is common knowledge that individuals have been made to suffer dire consequences for incidents or crime they know nothing about. While some may be lucky to be alive when the truth will be known, others may not that lucky.
Ogechi turns out to be one of the few, lucky to be alive when the truth surrounding her predicament came to light in the film, Endless Agony.
Ogechi is a pretty village girl visited with the worst of cruelty. Ojemba, an elderly man in the village interested in having Ogechi as wife deplored his diabolic tricks to work when it dawns on him that his dreams would end up as nothing but mere dreams.
Ojemba killed Ogechi’s parents only to frame her up as the culprit. Ogechi is banished from the village. But somehow, fortuned smiled on her when Daniel a very wealthy man sought her hands in marriage. But somehow the decision to get married to Daniel turned out to be another form of torture when it became clear that Daniel’s fortunes are on the wane.
Sophie, Daniel’s sister embarks on a mission to flush out Ogechi, whom she perceives as the cause of the misfortunes and strange ailment afflicting his brother.
How will Ogechi get out of this predicament? This is left for you to find out in the film Endless Agony. Rated 18 by the National Film and Video Censors Board, Endless Agony is loaded with lesson on the need to be discrete and refrain from making wild allegations that cannot be substantiated. It comes with a good storyline, audio and video quality.
It is produced by Uwakwe Egbo while Oke Zubelu directed the film. Mercy Johnson-Okojie played Ogechi, Chiwetalu Agu played Ojemba while Ani Amatasero played Sophie.