On the sixth episode of The Widow, Georgia (Kate Beckinsale) and Adidja (Shalom Nyandiko) made a journey deep into the Congolese wilderness.
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Georgia and Adidja flew back to Kinshasa to look for clues of Judith’s connection to Pieter (Bart Fouche). Meanwhile, Martin (Charles Dance) and Ariel (Ólafur Darri Ólafsson) tried to identify Azikiwe (Babs Olusanmokun) by conducting interviews. They eventually found out who he was but Martin visiting him made him suspicious. Azikiwe sent his man Sidney (Yoli Fuller) to follow them.
When Martin took ill he went to the hospital and while he was gone Sidney abducted Ariel. He took him to a remote location and killed him. During the abduction he activated Martin’s dictaphone which recorded his conversation with Sidney. Martin tried to go to the police but they weren’t interested.
Adidja saw a photograph of Will (Matthew Le Nevez) and said she knew where he was. It required a 15 hour car trip but when they arrived Georgia found out that Adidja was lying. Instead she wanted to go back to her village where she was abducted 8 months earlier by Djamba (Réginal Kudiwu). There she discovered that her mother had been killed and vowed to do the same to Djamba one day.
Martin tracked Sidney down and threatened to show the evidence to Azikiwe because they knew he was working behind his back with Pieter. When he found out they were after Will he told them that Will was in Rwanda. As proof he made a call and had Will put on the phone.
The next episode is Will. The search for Will takes Georgia to Rwanda. On her arrival, she prepares to finally learn the answers about what really happened to her husband, but is not ready for what she finds there.
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