After spending two years living in Cyprus, Anayo, a Nigerian immigrant, is beingdeported back home, broke, stranded and without any savings to his name. Backin Nigeria he daily deals with the stigma associated with being a deportee evenas he begins to re-assess everything that he had regarded as home, friendship,valid fears, love and community. With each new day in Nigeria comes new reve-lations, and nothing appears to be what he had thought them to be. This is a typical story of the hopes and expectations that sustain the drive fortranscontinental migration in Africa, and one that depicts parts of the manyrealities that young African immigrants are confronted with.