Hakkunde is an intriguing story of a young graduate who battles everything (including love, family, discrimination, drug abuse, culture, tradition and self) on his journey to self discovery and actualization.
The story is characterized by actions and reactions that defines the everyday Nigerian society, with its ups and downs and with a particular focus on the life of a job hunting graduate “Akande” who found himself in totality while searching for a job, and a better life.
It highlights the merits of steadfastness, humility and self-denial and also espouses the gains of harnessing opportunities, delimiting the much celebrated mediocrity of high handedness, and divulging the demerits of pride, greed and inconsistency. Akande however has two options, To stay and be slayed, Or to flee and be free? How long would he run? How far would he run? How many more troubles would he run into? Who, really, Is this Jobless Akande? The movie was produced and directed by Asurf Oluseyi. The cast are as follows; Kunle Idowu as Akande, as Toyin Aimakhu asYewande, Rahama Sadau as Aisha, Nuhu Ali Muhammed as Waziri.