11 December 2012

Nigeria: Port-Harcourt Agog for Crack Ya Ribs

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Julius Agwu

One of Nigeria's prolific entertainers, Julius Agwu who has carved a niche for himself as far as comedy business is concerned is yet again set to ignite the bubbling city of Port-Harcourt this christmas with his popular comedy brand, Crack Ya Ribs.

Over a decade, Crack Ya Ribs has been an exciting night of music and comedy both within and outside the African continent.

Billed to hold on December 25 at the Aztec Arcum, Stadium Road l, Julius revealed that he is going all the way to make the event the biggest in Port-Harcourt in 2012. "Crack Ya Ribs on Christmas day is going to be my Christmas gift to my Port Harcourt people and the whole South-South. The event also marks the end of this year JAFFY Football Talent Hunt competition which I started last year", Julius says.

As always, the show will be hosted by Julius Agwu and billed to thrill the audience are music and comedy acts including Okey Bakassi, Seyi Law, Daniel D'humorous, Aje baba, Funky4, Iyanya, Burna Boy, Ijaw Boys and Dj Abi. The audience would be treated to rib cracking jokes from the comedians and breathtaking music performances from the music acts.

Proudly supported by Aero Contractors and Moni Pulo, the show which is the most anticipated comedy concert in Port Harcourt will help the residents and people on holiday to celebrate the coming festive season in a grand and entertaining style.

In 2012, Crack Ya Ribs, one of the longest running comedy shows in the country has held in different cities of the world including London, Glasgow, New-York, Dallas and Abuja. The tour witnessed a huge turn out in all the centers and the Julius already declared he will add more cities to the tour next year.

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