Zambia: Two Things Involved Comes to Country

NIGERIAN'S most happening and Africa's award-winning top comedian Bright Okpocha Onyenhkwere who registered his continental signature with his (Two things involved) is set to celebrate the beginning of 2013 with his Zambian fans.

Organisers of the show that has been slated for the Mulungushi International Conference Centre say Basket Mouth is expected to land on the Zambian soils on January 2, 2013 for what looks like a highly anticipated two-day hilarious performance on January 3 and Friday January 4.

Zandi Zulu, spokesperson of Laugh Some More Zambia and Phoenix photographers, who are the official sponsors of the event, says the Nigerian slapstick comedian will be well-supported by one of Zambia's well-ranked comedians Chibwe Katebe and comical musician Pontiano Kaiche.

Tickets of the show are being sold at Phoenix photographers along Cairo Road and at Manda Hill branch at K250, 000 for VVIP, K220,000 for the VIP and K 120, 000 ordinary.

It is Basket Mouth with his Two things involved Tour to the cosmopolitan city of Lusaka. But in this entire announcement, there are two things involved; it's either he comes or he fails to come.

If he comes you are safe, but if he does not, there are two things involved; It's either you are refunded or you are not.

If you are refunded, you are safe but if not, there are two things involved that the Basket Mouth will come and explain.

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