How Davido, Funke Akindele, others thrilled at Laffmatazz

ONE of the most anticipated shows of the last Easter season, Laffmatazz, has come and gone but the memories will sure stay for a long time to come with fun lovers who stormed the venue of the show which held last Sunday at the Jogor Centre in Ibadan, Oyo State.

The highly publicised event featured over 20 top acts on Easter Sunday. It featured two shows, one in the afternoon and the other in the evening. The event also saw stars like Doris Simeon, Eniola Badmus, Muyiwa Ademola, Cally Ikpe, Sola Fajobi, Sunday Omobolanle (Aluwe) and others on the red carpet.

The highlight of the day was the evening show in which the hall was filled to capacity. The First Lady of Oyo State, Mrs. Florence Ajimobi, led the government delegation to the event in which the state’s Commissioner for Information was also present. The governor’s wife was spotted in a lovely blue gown on the night. She was at a point asked to come to the stage to pick the winners of return tickets to South Africa and Ghana, courtesy of Arik Air.

The event which was hosted by Gbenga Adeyinka and Funke Akindele-Oloyede featured stellar performances from stars such as Davido, May D, Jaywon, Omo Baba, Phenom, Owen Gee, Dammy Krane, Capital Femi, Lepacious Bose, LKT, Adetoun, Kayefi, Seriki, Bash, Peteru, SB Live Band, Laffmatazz comedy crew, Isaac Geralds, Jayru, MC Ajele, Laffup and others.

Speaking on the success of the event, Gbenga Adeyinka, GCON, said: “My gratitude goes to God Almighty, my family, Oyo State First Lady, sponsors, media partners, entertainers, Laffmatazz crew, friends and colleagues in the entertainment world. Words in all honesty can’t describe how I feel or the emotions going through my mind at the moment. I am specifically honoured and humbled by the massive turnout that was recorded at the last edition of the Laffmattazz. It was unanimously agreed that it was one of its kind in Ibadan.”

The event was supported by First Bank, Arik Air, Core Media, Squadron Dark Rum, Action Bitters and others.

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