A Scottish priest from the Church of Scotland Mission (Now Presbyterian Church) Rev. Hawkins arrives a village in South-South Nigeria in 1948. He teaches members of the Church about tithing. Most members of the church where hunters, farmers and blacksmiths so they brought a 10th of everything they had to offer as tithe to the church. A certain member of the church had 4 wives and 20 children and he was lazy so had no farm produce or anything else to give as his wives worked oh farms to take care of him and his children. The man decides since he had nothing else to give he'd offer two of his boys (a tenth of his 20 children) as tithe to the church. Rev. Hawkins took in the boys and started teaching them English Language and promised to get them scholarship to study in Scotland to better their lives. A malaria Epidemic that claimed several lives leaves the Rev. Hawkins paralyzed and needing to be wheeled around in a locally made wheelchair at the same time the scholarship letter arrived. One of the boys decides to take the scholarship whilst the other decides to stay and look after the Rev. Hawkins. Touched by the boys decision to stay back Rev. Hawkins decides to teach him how to play a Guitar. He tells him the Guitar can give him a bright future and make him great. This film looks at the story of how the 14year old becomes a great guitarist. The film weaves his journey. the ups and downs in the different bands he plays in and his personal relationships, the tragedy of loses he suffered and how he overcame to become the a great revered guitarist.
THIS SYNOPSIS IS JUST A BACKGROUND. THE WRITER NEEDS TO USE HIS IMAGINATION TO WEAVE A COMPELLING STORY AROUND THE SUCCESS OF THIS GUITARIST.