Efe Sam Loco

Sam Loco Efe; Nigerian actor and comedian whose antics in film roles vivified Nigerian home video industry from the 1990s. Efe, who was one of the major characters in Everyday People, a popular…

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Wale Adenuga

Wale Adenuga

Wale Adenuga; Nigerian cartoonist and comedy show producer. Adenuga created Papa Ajasco and other characters of his skits in the first four years he was running his entertainment company as a…

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Ali Atuyota Allelujah

Atuyota Allelujah

Atuyota Allelujah; Nigerian Stand-up comedian, known as Ali Baba. He does shows for big corporate concerns, including oil firms and banks. Born in Warri, Delta State to an educationist father, Ali…

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Adejumo Baba Sala

Adejumo Moses Olaiya

Moses Olaiya; a.k.a. Baba Sala, regarded in his heydey as the father of Nigerian comedy, alongside other dramatists like Hubert Ogunde, Kola Ogunmola, Oyin Adejobi and Duro Ladipo. Before he…

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Amebo

Amebo in the Nigerian popular culture means gossip and is often used to qualify mostly a lady who takes undue interest in other people’s affairs. Amebo was the name of a character in The Village…

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Funke Akindele

Funke Akindele; Popularly known by her alter ego, Jenifa , a sobriquet she earned after the successful release of her hit film, Jenifa, and its sequel, The Return of Jenifa. She is also one of the…

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