Ghanaian comedy icon, David Oscar took to the stage last Saturday after his performance, to preach the gospel of home grown comedy to overflowing patrons including fans, critics and even haters of #GHComedy at the silver lounge of Accra Shopping Mall.
After the comedy sermon, the seeming patrons who were seeking to put the potency of Ghanaian comedians to the test might have had a change of perception about #GHComedy.
David Oscar headed on to invite patrons to join the #GHComedy train as the corporate comedy series road shows dubbed ‘comedy bar’ moves to Takoradi on the September 12 this year at the Atlantic Hotel.
Comedians who showed up on the night delivered, constantly throwing rounds of hilarious jokes passing the test with which patrons had initially thrown to them (comedians) leaving the event grounds with satisfaction.
Ghanaian comedians in recent times have created platforms for themselves, giving them bragging rights. One such initiative is the comedy bar, which happens every last Saturday of the month.
Over the past years, the topic of #GHComedy is one that tickles a cord in the hearts of skeptics and critics.
This is because the art form has risen above taunts, hate and criticism and has become the most talked about branch of the entertainment industry.