BeGone is a contemporary tale that sheds light on the life, thoughts, and emotions of a victim of domestic abuse, and how escaping abuse is not as easy as idealists put it. It draws you into a web of suspense that keeps you curious to know what next. ARABA COLE is a subjugated victim of repeated physical, verbal and emotional abuse and, mother of a set of twin toddlers, who are stuck in a nightmarish marriage. After a brutal episode of beating by her husband, torn between fleeing and fulfilling her duties, she grabs the opportunity to do both, can she get away with it?.
Toju awakes from surgery with memory loss, to his distant wife and a nagging feeling that he’s responsible for her estrangement. Unable to figure out why he bears with it and tries to make up for it. Angela, Toju’s personal assistant does not get along with Araba and is unhappy about her lack of access to her boss during his recovery, while Toju’s elder sister, Aunt Sylvia, wants the best for her brother and as far as she is concerned, his wife is in her way.