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As comedians tickle Doha’s funny bones, there is joy and laughter


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Top African comedians Mr. Funny from Nigeria and Mammito Eunice from Kenya hit the stage during the African Night of Laughter, leaving Doha residents in stitches.

The ambassadors of South Africa and Kenya, as well as those from the embassies of Nigeria, Ghana, Rwanda, and Uganda, were present at the ceremony that took place at the Holiday Inn Hotel yesterday.

At the beginning of the performance, Ambassador Ghulam addressed the crowd and praised the organizers for putting on a play to tell the continent’s history while quoting the great Nelson Mandela to support Africa’s love of humor.

“This is a chance for Africa to demonstrate its creativity and humor. It’s also a chance for us to interact with one another.

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The event’s diverse attendance, which included Africans, Asians, Europeans, and Americans, demonstrated the diversity of Qatar’s population.

“It’s nice to be here, and you entertained us. The comedians were fantastic, and the organizers thought thoughtfully to bring these guys, according to Mikel, a Nigerian living in Doha.

Mammito’s jokes concentrated on the distinctiveness of Africa, whilst Mr. Funny was more interested in social issues and local Nigerian stories.

“I came here specifically to watch Mr. Funny, and I wasn’t let down. I enjoy watching his Instagram skits because he’s so entertaining. Another Nigerian named Donald added, “I also liked Mammito’s performance.

Organised by Oryx Group Entertainment, the African Night of Laughter was supported by Qatar Tourism.

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