In the eighteenth century, in the kingdom of Ashanti which covers two-thirds of the current Ghana, lived the Princess Abla Pokou. As a very influential advisor of the king Opokou Ware Advisor, she is opposed to war. Poku is a serious obstacle on the path of the old warrior Kongouê Bian, a follower of witchcraft. Power-hungry, he attempts a putsch against the king, his best friend, and gets rid of the legitimate heir to the throne. Pokou, thanks to her charisma and her mystical powers, manages to avoid a war between pro Ashanti and those opposed to the regime imposed by Kongouê Bian. She prefers exile to confrontation. Kongouê Bian dashes in her pursuit.
He is determined to prevent the prophecy that someday a woman will lead a new kingdom as powerful as the Ashanti’s to come true.