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Klint Da Drunk Urges African Gov’t’s to Embrace Entertainment Industry

Klint Da Drunk
One of the finest leading Nigeria comedians has called on African Governments to embrace the continent’s entertainment industry.
Klint Da Drunk, who was speaking during his recent visit to the Smiling Coast of Africa, stated that, “The Gambia’s entertainment scene is growing that is why in Africa, governments need to embrace our entertainment industry, because those youths going through ‘Back way’ are very talented. Our governments should not only focus on infrastructure and others, but should try and export our cultures because places like America worked on their entertainment sector and as a result their youths are making it from all angles.”
Klint Da Drunk is expected to perform in the second edition of the Night of Laughter to be hosted by All Star Entertainment on 29th and 30th April.
In an interview with Observer Light, he said coming to The Gambia was an honorable call for him to entertain the people of this country. “We have a comedy association in The Gambia and all they need is for the Government to build a special portfolio. If that is done, you will soon start exporting entertainment which many countries like Nigeria are doing,” he added.
Commenting further, the popular Nigerian comedian stated that the best thing is to create a reliable platform, noting that in comedy one can’t really have a choice as every joke has time and mission.
“All what a comedian needs is to be creative and always be ready to showcase his or her talent to the audience as people cannot do without them,” he observed.


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