1st season of show set to premiere in August

'Ivanca' tells the story of distressed pregnant teenagers in a society where they are the most vulnerable and most preferred target of all kinds of abuses, molestation, rape, oppression.


Shot in the historic first storey building in Nigeria, located in Badagry, 'Ivanca' focuses on the unborn child trading racket going on within the society, and how naive teenage girls fall victims of the babies black market.

Starring Caroline Ikpea, Osamoje ‘Osam’ Isaac, Patric Nnamani, Dera ‘Calineblaze’ Opara, Kingsley Aura, Beauty Emerld and George Eyo, 'Ivanca' will premiere on Saturday, August 1, 2015.

Synopsis:Baby Factory racket have been existing for decades where naive teenage girls are being cajoled into trading their unwanted pregnancies for money instead of abortion.

The Kingpin (Patrick Nnamani) in partnership with Dr. Vincent (Osamoje 'Osam' Isaac) run a baby factory out skirt the town for years providing barren couples with babies.

The beginning of the end hits the business when the Kingpin expanded his racket into kidnapping and forceful taking of pregnant girls against their will just to meet up current demand clients.

Things take a different turn when he kidnaps Ivanca.

'Ivancan' is directed by Yemi O. Ogundeji for Bigspin Pictures and Afreecan Image.


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