Ahanna, a young gentleman who decides to rob the life he always wanted and dreamt of. He assembles a group of men called "The Armadas" with several different skills, carrying out a series of spectacular heists. But things takes a swift u-turn and the gang suddenly find themselves with better enemies on both sides.
As each member of the Holloway family works to solve their problems, they prepare for Mopelola's party, which will clearly become the year's biggest society event. But the buzz about the party compels the Asset Management Corporation to foreclose on ST. IVES, the family business, after the death of Akin Holloway's his godfather Baba Eko, who had been protecting him. He must then fight a bigger battle: getting Mopelola to cancel her party and maintain a low profile to get them off the radar while he tries to save the business.
When the slave boats docked in the Americas, Cuba and the Caribbean, hundreds of cultures and religions came with the Africans but only one survived the plantations. To date, the most pronounced African Culture of the Diasporas remains the culture of the Yoruba. From Brazil to Trinidad, the United States to Cuba, Haiti and the entire Caribbean, this West African culture dominates all other Cultures of Africa and could be said to have survived the plantations for hundreds of years. Bigger Than Africa follows the trans-Atlantic slave trade route from West Africa to six different countries-- USA, Nigeria, Brazil, Republic of Benin, Trinidad and Tobago and Cuba-- to explore and find reasons for the survival of this particular West African Culture.