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POPULAR pidgin station, NAIJA FM 102.7 is set to feature the finest of the comedy industry as it celebrates its second anniversary with the 'NAIJA FM COMEDY & AWARDS NIGHT' billed to hold on the 3rd of November at Banilux Events Centre in Yaba. The event will start by 5pm. Performing on the night are A-List music acts and comedians such as Davido, Chuddy K, Ajebutter22, AY, MC Abbey, Koffi, and many more. Tickets are on sale at N3000 at Chicken Republic outlets at Awolowo Road (Ikoyi), Lekki Phase 1, Adeola Odeku (VI), Itire, Domino at the E-Centre (Yaba), Ikeja Shopping Mall, and Opebi GRA (Isaac John Street). Tickets can also be purchased online at www.afritickets.com, www.ariiyatickets.com, and NAIJA FM studios at No 26 Keffi Street, Ikoyi. The Jack Daniels, Avis Car Rentals, and Finlanda

THE Stage; a unique platform which runs monthly and is aimed at discovering and unveiling new talents and skills in the world of entertainment held its September edition tagged 'Comedy Unlimited' on the 30th at the prestigious Koga Lounge in Oregun. True to the vision of promoting raw talents and giving them a platform for expression, the September edition also had a blend of fashion,

Delta state born Bovi Ugboma is an entertainer with hands in different pies. Kingsley Ediale chats him up.

HOW does it feel to be addressed as a role model?

I don't see myself as one but I try to be, I don't concentrate on how I see myself or how people see me I just concentrate on work, so I try to make my work as positive as possible, because I know that people are watching, listening and learning from me, so that's my own way of staying at the top of my game just trying to preach a good message because I know I have people looking up to me. So whether they see me as a role model is up to them really, not my call.

Esther Egbe takes on Mohammed Jammal, A musician and comedian born into family of 7 in Jos Plateau State where he lived for 18 years before relocating to UK for University education, He graduated with a BA in Business Administration from London Metropolitan Business School and also got a Master Degree in Global Management from Regents Business School. He currently resides in Abuja. A fun-loving entertainment personality

STATED below are over 100 ways of making money through comedy:

1. Have a comedy show on cable channels.
2. Create a comedy game show.
3.Become a freelance comedian for corporate clients.
4. Become a freelance comedian for government organizations.
5. Become a freelance comedian for schools.
6. Become a freelance comedian for churches.

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