Andy continues production and promotion of his music with Caroline as his manager. He still isn’t feeling well. Chocho sees Akpos and Amerika, on Newman Street selling tickets to Andy’s show after he has asked them to go back to the village. Madam Labembe demands refund for damages in her bar by Councilors sons. More problems and bills are outstanding at Seabreeze office, John asks for a loan from his mother but she refuses instead she asks for a grandson-a male heir.
Andy is still not feeling too well. His Grandmother advises him to cancel his performance but he refuses and prefers to manage on painkillers. John and Victoria have a row about him not coming home the night before. Papa Ejiro begins to appreciate Mama Ejiro’s skill at making clothes. John Attah apologizes to his mother and promises to change his stand on having more children. Caroline informs Andy that she is pregnant. Andy gives the performance of his life and then collapses backstage.
Andy is rushed to the hospital, where he is diagnosed with a severe case of Malaria. His family and his friends are all waiting to see him. He later dies due to complications of severe Malaria. John apologises to Victoria for getting drunk and not coming home. Papa Ejiro tells Mama Ejiro that he went to the clinic to make enquiries about family planning. Papa and Mama Ejiro make plans to go on a date.
The women from Newman Street are in Mama’s House, comforting her. Caroline informs John that she is pregnant and the baby is his. Lawyer Dan makes a deal with an investor. He tries to convince Councillor Tajudeen to be a part of the deal but he refuses because of the forthcoming elections. Ado complains of body pains, and relies on his herbal concoction to cure him. Mama gives Teacher Chongo all of Andy’s CD’s and Demo’s because he believed in Andy.
John Attah gives Caroline money to get rid of the baby. Lady Attah informs John that she is terminally ill and has 1 year to live. Councilor Tajudeen’s party Secretary convinces him to run for a seat in the State House of Assembly, and this establishes a need for him to agree with Lawyer Dan. Ado has a fever that won’t go away. John tells Victoria about his mother’s illness and suggests that they grant her dying wish.
Usman’s wife delivers a baby. Victoria and John have a fight about his mother at the party. Victoria walks by and as they exchange pleasantries, Mama Ejiro and Mama Benji engage her in a discussion. The women compliment her looks and the secret to her beauty is revealed. This generates further discussions about medium to long term methods of family planning. Dr Sophie advises Kirot on family planning. Usman’s mother collapses at the ceremony, and is rushed to the hospital, where it is discovered that she is pregnant. Usman is embarrassed. Councilor Tajudeen and Dan collect money from the Investor and share it.
Akpos and Amerika call Maale(Mother) and lie that Chocho is maltreating them. Caroline returns John’s money, saying she could not abort the baby. Lady Atta continues to pressure John into trying for another child. Sanitation Inspectors close down Madam Labembe’s business. Kirot asks Chongo about family planning. Usman tells his mother that he is embarrassed at her pregnancy.
Members of the court lament the closing down of Madam Labembe’s Bar and vow to take the issue to the local government chairman. A herbal medicine vendor who labels himself as a “doctor” arrives on Newman Street to sell his products. He hires Akpos and America to help him. Lady Atta tries to convince Victoria to have another baby but she is not having it. Ado visits the chemist to buy drugs to treat his fever.
Mama Ejiro fears that she may be pregnant. Usman confirms that Caroline is pregnant. Dr Baba pleads with councilor to open Madam Labembe’s Bar. Ado is getting more sick. Dr Ogunbiyi sacks Akpos and Amerika after they drink all of his herbal concoction. KK asks Funke about her friend Ada and she shuts him down.
Teacher Chongo and Kirot listening to Andy’s music with so much nostalgia, bringing back memories of Tsav who was also lost to malaria. Ado is unwell and feverish and is advised to go to the hospital. He goes to Dr. Baba, who in turn has to conduct a test to confirm if he has malaria or not. Funke demands money from her father to further her education but is disappointed at his response of unavailability of funds. However, he makes promises of efforts being made to realize her dream.
Mama Ejiro goes to the clinic, a pregnancy test is conducted and a result received. Its getting really nasty for John Atta as Caroline breathes out threats. KK bluffs at Ada who in turn shuns him. Mama Ejiro and Mama engaged in some têtê-á- têtê. Salamatu engages two friends in discussions around tackling her current predicament with Usman. Ado gets an RDT done; it comes out negative and is referred to the clinic for further investigations. Ado’s fever is not malaria, but is due to a respiratory infection. He is treated with antibiotics. Habiba has refused to go for ANC due to her being embarrassed to be seen carrying pregnancy at her age and being found among young children as she described. Madam Labembe expresses her displeasure by walking lawyer Dan out of her bar after he pitched a proposal for her to sell off her bar to some investor.
Habiba still resolute about not attending ANC, Dr Baba encourages her to attend ANC while emphasizing the benefits. John Atta in a major dilemma about the Caroline saga, he divulges everything, seeks advice from his mum. She expresses displeasure, but at the sound of a male child, it really catches her attention and is willing to accommodate the situation. Caroline demands 5 million, but Lady Atta suggests John parts with 3 million. Lawyer Dan is really stepping beyond his boundaries as he talks to the “court” about why Madam Labembe’s bar should be given up to allow for a new structure. Papa Ejiro carries out chores around the house as Mama Ejiro rests, but his mother can’t understand why until he provides more information!!! Dr Sophie has a talk about FP methods with a group of women, which helped to dispel doubts and fears.