Nigerians Don’t Shake Hands Any more Because of Ebola Say Comedians

Nigerians don’t shake anymore or embrace each other say Nigerian comedians Julius Agwu and Pencil at the  Crack Ya Ribs comedy show at Hackney Empire last night.

According to the comedians, Nigerians are so worried about catching the dreaded virus that they don’t shake each other anymore or embrace as we’re known to do normally.

The show, now in its 9th year featured other comedians including Romeo without Juliet who was so amazing, fans were calling out for a second performance from the entertainer who ended his skit in a big way with an awesome Michael Jackson tribute.

Julius the Genius Agwu was his usual genius self getting the crowd cracked up with his repertoire of jokes. Celebrities who also turned out to show him some love at the Hackney Empire include A listers  Alibaba and Dayo Adeneye of Kennis Music.

The night ended on a high with Rousing performances by the latest in demand artists right now Patoranking and Phyno. See some exclusive photos backstage below.

Photos by Michael Tubes Creations

Julie's Agwu with Nollywood actress Tayo Sotayo

Julie’s Agwu with Nollywood actress Tayo Sotayo

Alariwo

Alariwo

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Julie’s Agwu with Chelsea footballer Kenneth Omeruo

Comedian Yaw

Comedian Yaw

I am Smade.

I am Smade.

Phyno performing at Hackney empire  Photo: Daniel Sync

Phyno performing at Hackney empire
Photo: Daniel Sync

 

Phyno and Chidinma backstage

Phyno and Chidinma backstage

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Alibaba and MC Abbey

Alibaba and MC Abbey

Patoranking performing on stage

Patoranking performing on stage

 

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