On the anniversary of his sister’s death during a youth-led protest against a corrupt police special unit, a Nigerian immigrant living in London, battles survivor’s guilt.

Following a serendipitous encounter, Gbenga meets Pelumi, a fellow Nigerian immigrant, in his apartment building. He invites her into his home hoping that her company would keep his mind from wandering into dark spaces and they bond over a traditional Nigerian breakfast – yam and eggs. Gbenga tells Pelumi that he abandoned his sister and ran for his life when the army started shooting at protesters and now he finds it difficult to live with that burden.

Pelumi shares her reasons for leaving Nigeria, revealing that she had a traumatic incident with the police after coming out as gay. The film ends with a heartbreaking betrayal that reminds us that we can’t always escape from our past or issues of places we come from through immigration.