WHEN people talk of comedy in general, grandmasters of the genre such as Bill Cosby, Mr Bean, Eddie Murphy, Key and Peele all from America come to mind.
The connection of such names is that they have managed to popularise the art genre to where it is it today and perhaps managed to earn not just an honest but also a successful living out of the art, courtesy of their acts being aired on several television stations across the world.

In Africa, however, the art genre was slow to be accepted, giving the impression that very few Africans appreciated it until recently when people started showing interest in comedy. Read More

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