ABATTOIR SEASON 2 (Episode 2) – Written by Damilola Mike-Bamiloye


Title: Abattoir Season 2 (Episode 2)
Run Time: 45mins
Year of Production: 2021

Written by: Damilola Mike-Bamiloye
Directed by: Damilola Mike-Bamiloye
D.O.P: Damilola Mike-Bamiloye, Wusa Mayowa, Tobi Olumuyiwa

Edited by: Ruth Adepoju, Ezekiel Babatunde
Produced by: Damilola Mike-Bamiloye
Executive Producers: Mike Bamiloye, Gloria Bamiloye

Cast: Kayode Owojori, Tolu Adegbo, Damilola Mike-Bamiloye, Moses Korede Are, Nike Owah, Tolu Adegboyega, Adetoye Adeola, Oyewole Timilehin, Victor Olukoju


In this episode, we see a more devious Durosanya but Martins seems resolute not to give in. I sometimes previously wondered if Durosanya still knew what he was doing, but here, he hits the nail on the head by telling Martins that he needs him to take up the role of the secret seer, while he assumes that of the heart of the secret seer.

The latest strategy in this plan leaves us to only imagine the level of conspiracy Durosanya wants to level against Baba Gbenro, by bringing Gbenro, played by Tolu Adegbo, as a prosecuting counsel in the case against Martins.

In a way, Durosanya is pitting Baba Gbenro’s physical son and spiritual son against each other. 

Things are not particularly smooth for Baba Gbenro any longer because his wife doesn’t understand his relentless zeal in fighting for Martins, probably at the expense of their biological son.

According to her, Baba ought to carry his family along in this battle, and I think she’s made a good point: if Gbenro had been kept abreast of the happenings in the family, he probably would have been able to see early, the trickery involved in him being selected to take the case.

Only God knows what Durosanya and Gbade hope to achieve by doing that but whatever it is, Baba Gbenro will indeed need his family to help him through this one, if the family will not end up being torn apart. (Source: Witness Gospel Movie Review)