A grade six boy Langcer Divine (Frubi Rollins) is caught in a web of abuse and neglect by his school teachers and peers because of his dullness. He is refused to be registered as an internal candidate for the Common Entrance Examination, as the school wishes to uphold its reputation of academic excellence. Back at home, Divine being the lone child to his parents, goes through emotional torture as they scold at him at every given opportunity. In the midst of his pain and dark clouds, his class teacher Mr. Pangala Nicodemus (Tampy Livinus) comes to his rescue by unraveling a biblical revelation ‘Exodus 13:2’. It is discovered that Divine as a first born to his parents, inherited a curse. Could this have been the cause of his dullness or was he a victim of stigmatization and hate by a school system that cares for bright pupils and its reputation to the detriment of slow leaners?