South African based Zimbabwean comedian, Keith Nkosi is promising comedy lovers who will come for the Afreakans comedy show slated for Hope Centre on Saturday, May 25, a superb night which will be loaded with fresh new jokes.
The cheerful comedian is making a come back to the comedy scene after leaving the country for greener pastures three years ago.
“I am excited to be back home,” said an elated Nkosi
“I am now a different Keith I guess it comes with age and interacting with different people. My writing and jokes have had an influence from all the interactions I have had during my stay in South Africa,” he said.
”Since I have been working hard on having fresh new material different from what I did before I promise to bring fresh new comedy” added Nkosi
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The Afreakans Comedy show is being organised by Sanctified Comedy Club, a new club that is the brainchild of MaForty and musician T1nda with the aim of having family oriented comedy shows in Bulawayo.
“With the Afreakans Comedy show, we’ll be celebrating Africa Day while bringing out humour on all things African,” said MaForty.
MaForty added that choosing Nkosi was based on a wish to see him back doing comedy, because of the talent he has and the fact that his comedy resonates with the type of comedy that Sanctified Comedy Club want to push.
The 2018 Roil Bulawayo Arts Awards Outstanding Newcomer Award winner MaForty will share the stage with Nkosi together with Harare based comic Spike Onliner.