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C-LiberiaClearly Reveals New Faces of Liberian Comedy


If popular Liberian comedian and culture icon, Peter Ballah (RIP), was rating these gentlemen, I know he would give them an A+. 
 Liberian people are known for their good sense of humor.  Liberian comedians are funny without any effort.  Comedy is definitely a part of entertainment that we could make our mark, becoming brand ambassadors, and producing the best comedy movies.  Even though, Nigeria is in the lead when it comes to African comedy, Liberians are gifted in this area.  We produced great comedians before the war and we are doing it again.  Madis Buadoo and Meakoa Duarto are prime examples.  These gentlemen, starring in the comedy “Fresh from the Motherland” is deem Liberia’s most promising comedians and it’s sort of a big deal. We want to see young Liberians holding onto their culture and being comfortable entertaining as Liberians, doing what they know best and not imitating anyone.  Liberian comedians are often not given the credit they deserve.  We want to start now, starting with these two young and energetic gentlemen with such get talents. 
 Congratuation, Madis Buadoo and Meakoa Duarto and the rest of the cast, keep up the great work.
Madis Buadoo
Meakoa S Duarto


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