"My Wife and I" follows the story of Toyosi (Ramsey Nouah) and Ebere (Omoni Oboli), an unhappily married couple on the brink of a divorce. They are always fighting about their respective roles as spouses and parents.
They weren't always hostile towards each other, things took a different turn after Toyosi made a decision that didn't go well for the family.
However, for the sake of their twin teenagers, and at the urging of their parents, they decide to give their marriage one last chance.
In a typical Nigerian mum style, Ebere's mum (Ngozi Nwosu) concludes that their problem is spiritual and recommends a famous man of God (Seyi Law).
After a visit and prayer from this man of God, they wake up in each other’s bodies and are unable to switch back.
Over the course of the body switch, the two are forced to juggle the day-to-day struggles of each others' lives, deal with their faults and uncertainties, and at the same time, search for a solution to their problem.
The movie explores insecurities in marriages, parenting and sexual harassment at work place. Oboli and Nouah, who are reunited in the movie after their role in "The Figurine" 10 years ago, seem to be having so much fun with their unbridled portrayal of a couple trapped in each other's body as they bring their characters to life.
Ramsey Nouah and Omoni Oboli