Famed Nigerian entertainer Real Warri Pikin will be bringing her flagship comedy show to the Labadi Beach Hotel in Accra on 16th October.
Christened Real Warri Pikin Unfiltered, the event is the brainchild of RWP Entertainment & One Percent International and is being held in partnership with 3Media Networks. Now in its sixth edition, it unfolds as an exciting blend of comedy and music, among other entertainment forms.
Organizers say patrons can expect an unforgettable fun-packed night, with a supporting cast of Ghanaian and Nigerian comedians including OB Amponsah, DKB, Pararan, Young Chief, Mavi, Onomski, Comedian Waris, Zigabella, Royal and Small Pitah.
Music performers programmed for the event are Camidoh, Gyakie, Harry Song, Victor AD and Erigga.
Speaking at a press conference on 9th September, Real Warri Pikin (born Anita Alaire Afoke Asuoha) said she was optimistic the Ghana edition will turn out better than all previous editions. "You shall never have a better yesterday. Ghana has to be better!"
"If you have a product that sells itself as well, it makes life easier for you," One Percent International CEO Stephanie Nnadi added. "It's not a market that you have to kill yourself to sell. Real Warri Pikin sells herself because she's a great talent."
On his part, 3Media Networks MD Sadiq Abdulai Abu submitted how much of a privilege it is to be part of a brand that is taking over Africa and London, noting that he sees the partnership as "a great opportunity to activate the comedy part of our event production".
Real Warri Pikin Unfiltered is sponsored by Air Peace, Momo, Payporte, Vaettel, No Hindrance Restaurant, Midcrest Ltd, Italian Boy Pub, Odogwu Bitters, Bankies Unicorn Ltd, Jenny's Glow and Mapia Tea.
Tickets are selling via short code *365*635#.
For sponsorship enquiries, call 0206268385.
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