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Alacrimia in Layman's terms is the congenital inability to produce tears.
Some places in Africa have their norms and beliefs wrapped around age-old, blind superstitions. Especially the rural communities.
So when a young girl comes from the city to the village, and it is discovered, through a series of unfortunate events, that she won't cry, even when induced, things take a downward spin for her, as she finds herself from Osun State to Kogi State, and then Enugu State.