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Friday, 15th December, 2017
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Comedian resurfaces with Laffmatazz, 2017
Mar 18, 2017
By: Soga -Oke Adebimpe

Comedian and Multi-award winning actor, Gbenga Adeyinka who is known for taking his shows to south western states is back on the scene again with the 2017 version of the city wide show, Laffmatazz.

According to Ceoafrica, the season 7 show will take quality entertainment into three cities, Abeokuta, Akure and Ilorin.

Laffmatazz was borne out of a deep desire to bring comedy in its raw form to the people of western Nigeria. The comedy show has proven to be the biggest out-of-Lagos show; this is based on the statistics from all the states toured in the past years. The show in total has seen over 50, 000 people attend every year. That’s a sum bigger than even the biggest shows in Lagos.

In over six years of its existence, the comedy show has promoted some big names to the local community while also promoting the local community via the Laffmatazz platform and providing an opportunity to network with the biggest stars in Nigeria.

The show promoter, Gbenga Adeyinka has promised that ‘Laffmatazz with Gbenga Adeyinka and Friends’ for 2017 will be the biggest and the best show than any Laffmatazz ever staged in Nigeria. In over six years of its existence, the comedy show has packaged and presented top notch premium comedy entertainment to the people of Osogbo, Ibadan and Abeokuta.

Gbenga Adeyinka is one of the longest standing comedians in Nigeria. His moniker, ‘Grand Comedian of the Federal Republic’ is a testament to the number of years he has provided quality entertainment to the Nigerian audience through comedy shows and television programmes.

The seventh edition of this successful and always-sold-out comedy show will feature the biggest names both in the comedy and music industry. Discussions are at advanced stage with A-List artistes and corporate sponsors to make the seventh season of the show, the biggest ever.



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