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DKB Saves Ghana At Glo LafftaFest Show

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Glo Lafftafest was held over the weekend at the Fantasy Dome, Trade Fair. It was one of the highly anticipated events this month; everyone couldn’t wait to catch a laugh from the top comedians billed on the night.

Part of those who performed was Ghana King of Comedy, DKB. As part of the comedians from Ghana billed to perform, he had a point to prove and like what we have become used to, he didn’t disappoint. The King as he is referred mostly, mounted the stage as the last Ghanaian to perform and needed to leave a big a statement and his output wasn’t anything short of flamboyance.

His performance on the night was super amazing, he cracked up the entire audience and it was epic to say the least. Talking about trending issues, DKB changed the narrative a little bit hitting on the stereotype about him; his head. In a video that has made rounds on social media, DKB is seen making fun of his “Cute Head” which was very hilarious. The several bouts of thunderous applauses during his time on stage says it all.

Others who performed on the night were Bovi, Gordons, Foster Romanus, Jacinta, Seyi Law, Salvador and Basketmouth. Who each had a wonderful performance time, in all it was a very great gathering for a good laugh.

, Comedy Express the monthly comedy show DKB features on comes off every 1st Friday of every month. The next show is on September 7th. To get advance tickets, Call/ Whatsapp the tickets hotline 0571-241-341. You can also catch the show on TV every Thursday at 7:30pm only on Joy Prime.

Source: Fenuku Augustine.

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Photos: Comedian Waris And Other Comedians Thrill Fans At The Easter Comedy Show.

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It was a night of humour and quality entertainment when events organization company, Event Factory Ghana Limited in collaboration with First National Bank comficted top notch Ghanaian, South African and Nigerian comedians on stage for the annual Easter Comedy Show.

Hosted by OB Amponsah, there was full of laughter at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) auditorium in Accra , Ghana on Saturday night, as the programme which was held in Accra brought together some of the well dressed comedians on the continent, including Ghana's Comdian Waris, OB Amponsah and Hogan, Nigeria's Akpo Roro and Senator alongside, South Africa's Mhpo Popps.

Comedian Waris, had a good reception from patrons of the show who could not conceal their laughter. He put up a spectacular performance at the programme. One of his jokes which got the audience in stitches was about how Ghanaians ask some silly and unwarranted questions, detailing it out that, Ghanaians undistordedly see him sitting, yet they proceed to ask "are you sitting?" Which he replied "No, I am jumping".

When South African comedian, Mhpo Popps, mounted the stage, his South African ascent wasn't barrier to deliver an awe-inspiring performance last night at the Easter comedy show. He touched on real life issues that left patrons rolling on the floor in search of a laughing space. He distinguished between an urban and rural mice, explaining that, Urban mice are only only interested in cheese whiles, rural mice gallivent looking for newspapers, Bibles, documents, and decomposed products just to feed on.

The night also witnessed some amazing musical performances from top Ghanaian musicians, including Akwaboah who with his artistry prowess was able to command the patrons in the auditorium to sing along during his extremely ominous performance. Couples or Lovers on the night had a glimpse of his soul soothing voice synchronized with love tunes.

Kidi also got some slot to entertain the most of the reserved audience who were present on the night. He created a cool ambience for the patrons after performing most of his hit songs such as, Mr Bad Man, Odo, Thunder Fire. Patch Bay Band was soo onpoint on the night as well. They were able to hit original key notes of the studio recorded song they performed.

Nigerians are best known for this comic craft, and yes! Indeed, comedian Senator kept the Nigerian comedy flag high after delivering a sensational craft last night. He was really in his element as he served the audience great comedy. He emphasised on how Ghana Police Service has upgraded from taking physical bribes and has introduced the Mobile money system. If a motorist is being arrested, they give you their Mobile Money number you deliver a smooth transaction.

The MC for the night who doubles as a comedian, OB Amponsah was also phenomenal! He maintained the standard he set right from the priminary stage of the show. The articulateness of his artistry was a rib cracking one. He engaged the audience in his performances, precisely calling couples up stage to sing a melodious song for each other. That alone was worth a joke because, the performance of some spouse can't be written home about.

Comedian Hogan is such as an amazing talent. Contrary to the perception people have about jokes and comedies, Hogan with his performance explains it that, comedies or jokes are not always full of fiction. He gave a realistic and classical example on how some Police officers stops to query a guy riding in his fully air-conditioned vehicle, they end up sitting in the air-conditioned car, telling the driver that, they want to enjoy the cool breeze in the car because, the sun is scorching.

Nigeria's Akpo Roro has proven to the world that when it comes to stand up comedy shows, his name can't be erased off the memories of his previous audience. He is an amazing and was one of the best performers on the night. Before he signed out of his performance, he jokingly quizzed a lady why she wasn't laughing over the night, which he stated that, whether the patrons like it or not, there are no more performance coming up on the night so, its either they laugh or assume they've waisted their money.

Every billed performer on the night left something on the lips of patrons, including media men, to talk about before the next edition is being stagged. The continental comedians performed to meet the recquired standard. Everyone present in the auditorium was fully satisfied because, they enjoyed every bit of the show.

If this Easter Comedy Show is something to write about, then we can boldly say that, Ghana's stand up comedy has come to stay forever, as audience has already rated it to be the best show in the year.

By: Gerrard-Israel GB.

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President Nana Addo Agrees To Host DKB At Jubilee House To Discuss Ghcomedy.

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The President of the republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo has accepted a request to host Comedian DKB at the Jubilee House. The comedian who performed to the president and other dignitaries at the just ended MUSIGA Presidential Grand Ball held at the Accra International Conference Centre threw his request at the president and it got granted.

It was wonderful night for the comedian as he cracked the ribs of the President and his Vice with his jokes, the comedian used the opportunity to request a sitting with the first Gentleman of the nation to discuss the future of the comedy industry.

The Comedian who has asked to be now called “The Presidential Joker” wants to take comedy to the next level and he believes meeting with the highest office in the land and sharing his plans with the President, Ghcomedy can make a good headway for the future.

“After meeting influential entertainers for discussions such as Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy, I believe it is time for me to meet with the President on behalf of comedy. Comedy has come a long way but we are struggling to stand on our feet now. We have over the years hosted sold out shows and it is time to move to the next level’’ DKB Said.

The President gladly shook his hands and assured him of the decision to welcome him to the presidential palace. There were also amazing performances by Patience Nyarko, Adina and Tic Tac. Pinodo, Asabea Cropper, Naa Amanua, Pat Thomas and Daddy Lumba who invited the Maestro Kojo Antwi on stage.

Source: Fenuku Augustine.

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Ghana’s King Of Satire KSM To Lecture At The University Of Rhode Island, USA, Starting This April.

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Ghana’s King of Satire, Kwaku Sintim-Misa popularly known as KSM, is set to lecture at The University of Rhode Island on Wednesday, 10th April, 2019.

In an official invitation letter signed by the Vice Provost for Global Initiative, Gifty Ako-Adounvo, PhD on behalf of Dr. Donald H. Dehayes, Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs to KSM, they expressed their fondest pleasure in hosting the ‘Afia Siriboe’ character as a Distinguished Visiting International Scholar.

“Your accomplishment in the arts and engagement with tough social issues of our times, identified you as a distinguished choice for the program” the letter stated.

KSM’s visit, is in tandem with the university’s Distinguished Visiting International Scholar program which has as its objectives; commitment to building international collaborations, enhance visibility for the institution across the globe, demonstrate commitment to research and scholarship, and strengthen emphasis on global learning and discovery.

KSM, who is poised for action, when reached, said, “I’m just going to serve them with a dose of what I’ve been serving Ghanaians and Africa all these years. There will be enough for them to laugh over, and at the same time, a privilege to share and learn from both parts.”

During his stay, he will do public presentations, meet with groups of undergraduates and graduate students as well as faculty, and attend a reception.

The University of Rhode Island is the main sponsor with co-sponsorship from its Harrington School of Communication and Media.

Who is KSM?

Kwaku Sintim-Misa aka KSM (born 1956, in Kumasi) is a Ghanaian actor, director, satirist, motivational speaker, talk show host, MC, and author.

Kwaku Sintim-Misa was born the fifth of six siblings on December 5, 1956, in the city of Kumasi. He attended UST Primary School, the Presby Boys Secondary School (PRESEC), and Prempeh College. After completing college, he received specialised training at the renowned National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI) in Accra.

Anxious for a deeper investigation into the performing arts, KSM left Africa to major in acting and directing at Trinity College in Connecticut, USA. He subsequently earned a Master of Fine Arts in film production from New York University.

KSM launched his acting career with a variety of Off-Broadway and Public Theatre roles. He was also featured in the popular American crime series Law & Order (in 1994) and on the drama series Medal of Honor Rag (by the Tony Award-winning director Lloyd Richards.)

KSM became the first African to stage an original Off-Broadway play when he produced Thoughts of a Confused Black Man, an immensely popular one-man show that raised compelling questions about race in the United States. In 1997, inspired by his American career, he returned to Ghana to make his mark as a proud nationalist and edutainer.

Shortly after relocating to Ghana, KSM became a prominent radio talk show host. His pioneering work with Talk Shop introduced Ghana to broadcasting’s potential for generating controversy and dialogue.

KSM used a combative, confrontational style which shocked his listeners into frankly discussing relevant national issues. He continued to refine his style with the show Nyame Som Ye De, which inspired Ghanaians to think beyond religion to define their broader spirituality.

After making a name for himself as a radio host, KSM created what has become one Ghana’s most popular talk shows: Thank God It’s Friday (TGIF). TGIF was the first broadcast of its kind to fuse serious talk, education and humour.

Since its inception, the show has featured gripping stories from entrepreneurial street vendors, dancing presidents, pioneering scientists, leading artists, and many more exciting characters. Despite the broadcast success, KSM has never abandoned the stage.

He has written, directed and starred in a series of one-man comedic plays, popular and memorable ones being: Saga Of A Returnee, Afia Siriboe, and Politically Incorrect.

KSM’s live performances use comical characters to illustrate the key social, economic and political issues concerning Ghana. They are produced by Sapphire Ghana Limited, a content development company that he founded and uses to integrate social issues into television, radio, and stage productions.

In 2009. KSM released his first feature length film, a psycho-thriller entitled ‘Double.’ He has written and produced a variety of television shows, including Hot Bench, Divorce Court, Build Your Ark (for SSNIT), and a number of medical documentaries.

Watch The KSM show every Friday at 9: 00pm on Metro TV.

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AJEEZAY Drops “ Omo Ata “ Hilarious Cover Of Medikal & Fela Makafui ‘s Omo Ada

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Ghanaians seems not to have enough of the only comedian with six packs in the armpit. The most versatile Nonfa King that always spices up the art of comedy with covers of trending hit songs.

Ajeezay, the wordplay genius dishes out a tasty hot meal titled ""Omo Ata"" Mixed by Ssnowbeatz to all music lovers. Originally, "Omo Ada" by AmgMedikal & FellaMakafui.

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