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Glo LAFTA FEST makes a stop at Port Harcourt

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It was a gathering of the best of comedians and music icons last Sunday as Glo Laffta Fest train made a stop at the Garden City of Port Harcourt, a situation which enabled the show, which recorded a ground-breaking attendance, was held at the Aztech Arcum event centre.

The show kicked off with the local hands such as Sammie Wonder, Senator, MP2, B1, MC Bentenson, and Prince Hezekiah.

After the superlative performance by the Port Harcourt-based artistes came the comedy super stars such as Funny Bone and Salvador of Uganda.

Julius Agwu, another Port Hacourt-born comedian came in a grand style as he was ushered onto the stage with the song, Port Harcourt Boy.

Basketmouth who anchored the show, made the show more intensifying as he gave out Glo recharge cards to the audience in the Fastest Finger contest.

The synergy between DJ Jimmy Jatt and Korede Bello was also part of the peak of the show as the young Supreme Mavin Dynasty artiste mingled and interacted with his teeming fans while he performed his hit track, Godwin.

The duo of Nollywood actors, Chiwetalu Agu and Bishop Okon added spice to the show by making cameo appearances on stage. The hall erupted in deafening applause as Funny Bone and Basket Mouth introduced the duo.

Wande Coal brought the show to an end with an energetic performance.

According to Globacom’s National Sales Coordinator, South South, Augustine Mamuro, “the company is very passionate about its subscribers, the company’s source of joy; which is why the twin shows, Laffta Fest and Slide n Bounce have been put together to reward and delight them within one month.”

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