Gifts are desirable even though not all are presented with good intentions hence the need to exercise caution each time one receives a gift especially from questionable characters.
But Prince Odilibe seems to have thrown caution to the wind after receiving his portrait from Okolobia, whose friend was banished from Abonimi village for practicing occult. Embedded within the portrait are uncanny powers with which the witches are able to monitor and influence activities in the home and the community.
The king’s only daughter, Princess Adanna is struck with strange ailment that has defiled solution within the palace. Aged Nwogu, who was wrongly banished from the Kingdom, sends his only son, Eninie who is spiritually gifted to Omesu, the traditional healer in the palace, with instructions to retain him under tutelage. His arrival was more a less a blessing to the kingdom as it paved way for the miraculous recovery of Princess Adanna.
Banking on instructions from Eninie, Prince Odilibe embarks on a journey to Iba Kingdom as part of effort to completely free his kingdom from the powers of witchcraft. But in his absence a strange woman, very beautiful in appearance attempts to seduce the king to thwart efforts to free the kingdom.
How far can she go? This is left for you to find out in Royal Dragon, produced and directed by Arinze and Ugezu Ugezu respectively. Rated 18 by the National Film and Video Censors Board, Royal Dragon comes with good storyline, special effects and audio quality but it could have been better with improved vocal quality in some of the scenes. Yule Edochie and Kenneth Okonkwo are some of the known faces in the film.