If you spent the entire three hours and eight minutes of this two-part film yelling at all the characters except Madam Koi-Koi herself, we see you, and we feel you.
We decided to rank these characters from wicked to air-head, but beware, there are spoilers ahead.
While half the characters were dripping in pure wickedness, the other half had their brains on pause to let an unknown force pull them to make foolish decisions because, why didn’t Amanda just leave the village the moment they realised she was the one who woke Madam Koi-Koi up?
When we said some people were working and dripping in wickedness, we meant this man. He entered the scene, and you could just tell he was bad news, from the way he walked to his smile. A wicked man through and through because that’s the only reason why he’d be stalk forests in the dark looking for victims.
Wickedness ranking: 10
He’s as wicked as the Lagos sun on a random Sunday, which is why Madam Koi-Koi made an example of him.
Not only was the boy incredibly entitled, but he made sure to throw a little wickedness in there as well. We’d blame Mother Superior, but it’s clear Lashe would’ve still acted a fool all on his own.
Wickedness ranking: 9
A very bad mixture of wickedness and stupidity.
Someone somewhere came up with the not-so-brilliant idea to put this woman in charge of other people’s children, and to that, we say congratulations. Congratulations to Mother Superiority Complex, and sorry to the students and their parents because your education might be good, but her and her silly cane would have you in a perpetual state of fear.
Wickedness ranking: 8
Wicked like Patience Ozokwor in an old Nollywood movie. It didn’t matter who or what you were, if you stood in her way, she’d find ways to take you out or bend you to submission.
He creeped around, obeying Mother Superior and her orders. No doubt, this made him a good employee, but it also made him an incredibly foolish person because would he have put his hands in a pot of boiling sugar if she asked him to?
Wickedness ranking: 6.5
He liked to hide behind Mother Superior, and in the end, died for her. Nothing more wickedly foolish than that.
All the man had to do was leave secondary school girls alone and follow his age mates. If he had done just that, perhaps Madam Koi-Koi wouldn’t have found him to slaughter.
Wickedness ranking: 5
Not only was he a wicked paedophile, but he was also incredibly stupid.
This woman ignored her daughter’s pleas and left her in that school for Madam Koi-Koi to see. It’s not wickedness, but it’s definitely stupidity.
Wickedness ranking: 2
We understand he was just trying to do his job, but common sense says if a supernatural being is killing people left, right and centre, you pack up your bags and leave the place. Also, why leave your partner in a secondary school when he’s shown clear signs of paedophilic intentions?
Wickedness ranking: 2
He should’ve left Malomo the moment he saw the first creepy-looking dead body.
The only wicked thing she did was lie to Omolewa that the school was good when she knew Mother Superior walked the halls terrifying all the students with her wickedness.
Wickedness ranking: 1
She wasn’t stupid, but she wasn’t particularly smart either.