It is very difficult to come between lovers when what exists between them is natural and original. Such is the affection that exists between Prince Obinaya and Uloma, a poor maid that found herself in a royal family in the film Sacrifice for Freedom.
Uloma is a well brought up lady, blessed with a natural and very charming disposition.
It was therefore not out of place that the Igwe and the Prince were naturally attracted to her, except the Queen who has vowed to make life difficult for her.
Queen Ugoeze believes that Uloma is putting up an attitude to get the Prince, who is already engaged to Gold, daughter of an Ex-Minister to fall in love with her. Uloma is set up by the Queen and thrown out of the palace. But somehow, Prince Obinaya, a chain smoker and lover of alcohol collapses only to be diagnosed with a defective kidney.
Uloma chose to donate her kidney to save the prince. Find out the demands of Uloma when she was requested to make just one wish in this highly emotional film, rated 18 by the National Film and Video Censors Board. Produced by Nwokedi and Asogwa Christian, Sacrifice for Freedom comes with a very good storyline, audio quality and clear pictures.
It is loaded with lessons such as goodness pays and never to go back on our promises. Olu Jacobs played Igwe, Muna Obiekwe played Prince Obinaya, Patience Ozokwor played Queen Ugoeze, Esther Andy played Gold, Nuela Njubiugbo played Uloma, while Jibola Dabo played Ex -Minister. Ilochi Olisaemeka directed the film.