The young African entrepreneur Randolph tries to reduce and recycle waste with his garbage collection service. He soon faces unforeseen difficulties and makes strong enemies. Will his business survive?
Much to his surprise, the young African entrepreneur Randolph is arrested after a landslide at the town’s uncontrolled dumping site. He is held responsible for the 27 victims of the landslide – when all he wanted was to reduce and recycle waste with his garbage collection service Sanosso Eco Agency. Rosa, an environmental blogger, and Randolph’s colleagues Mathilda and Rama, try to prove Randolph’s innocence. During their troublesome quest, they discover that there is more to waste management than meets the eye. They also nail down the ones who wanted to use Randolph as a scapegoat to hide their own failures. This story was written by Hurcyle Gnonhoué (Benin).