It was the turn of Egbeda in Lagos last Sunday to host the wave-making comedy flagship show, Glo Laffta Fest currently touring major cities in Nigeria. The comedy train arrived the Egbeda community from Ikorodu, pulling a mammoth crowd.
The visibly excited Glo subscribers in Egbeda and its environs who had patiently waited for the show train to arrive their community, trouped into the Flora Hall, Santos in droves to experience their own share of the on-going laughter fiesta.
Young up and coming acts were given the opportunity to showcase their talents as they set the ball rolling for the show. Fabulous, Bamsley, Crown, Phlow, D-One and Illven were the aspiring artistes who performed while Dave, SLK and D- Lecturer, cracked hilarious jokes.
Basket Mouth, the anchor of the show, was in his characteristic element. He announced the performing artistes and comedians while intermittently reeling out rib cracking jokes.
The curtain-raiser came from Acapella whose performance set the pace and tempo of the show. Next was Princewill who didn’t disappoint his fans. He told jokes about his upbringing in the slums of Ajegunle.
The duo of Still Ringing took the show a notch higher. Their style of stand-up comedy was the “speaker and interpreter”. The duo held the audience in sustained ecstasy until the anchor, Basket Mouth, announced that they had over-shot their time. The crowd enjoyed every bit of their outing.
D-Don emerged on stage, looking dapper in sky blue boots and hat. The Warri-born comedian also lived up to expectation. Then came Seyi Law whose mien and physical appearance alone amused the audience. He interacted with his fans as he reeled out jokes.
Korede Bello climaxed the show with an exhilarating performance. The lad performed with zest and youthful energy that left the audience chorusing and applauding him.
A statement from Globacom said the Glo Laffta Fest comedy show initiative was developed to give back to its teeming subscribers for their love and loyalty.
The company urged subscribers wishing to attend the on-going Laffta Fest comedy show to use up to N3,000 before the next show and send LOL Location’ to 33001. For example ‘LOL AYANGBA’ to 33001. The next show will hold in Ayangba, Kogi State on Thursday, October 29, 2015,” the statement added.
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