It was a mixture of dance, music and comedy at the Nsukka edition of Glo Laffta Fest comedy show currently touring major cities across the country as the show featured the Dance with Peter reality T.V show also sponsored by Glo on Friday, December 4.
As a prelude to the event, a recap of the reality T.V dance show from the regional auditions to the current episode was played on the large screen on stage to entertain the guests who had thronged the Millipat Hotel on Enugu Road to watch the much advertised comedy show while they waited for the show to begin.
The visibly excited guests were glued to the screen and carried away by the scintillating dance moves on the reality T.V show which almost stole the Glo laffta Fest comedy show.
Some of the guests who watched the dance show said that the Glo Laffta Fest comedy show afforded them the opportunity of watching Dance with Peter for the first time. One of them, Nkiru Njoku, a 300 level student of Microbiology at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka said she had not heard of the dance T.V show until she came for Glo Laffta Fest.
“I came here to watch Bovi, Okey Bakassi, Korede Bello, M.I and others perform as had been advertised, but saw another dimension to the show. I watched Dance with Peter for the first time here. The fusion of dance reality T.V, music and comedy is like a three course meal”, she said.
Another guest, Olisa Okeke, an ICT staff of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, asserted that Globacom’s passion for the entertainment industry in Nigeria is unrivalled, and that its commitment to promoting young talents through entertainment is very commendable.
“I just watched the Dance with Peter reality T.V show before the Laffta Fest event proper started and I observed that Globacom is doing a lot in the area of entertainment. Just last week we also had the Slide n Bounce musical concert here in Nsukka”, he enthused.
Other guests who aired their views described the Nsukka edition of Glo Laffta Fest as explosive and enjoyable. Adesina Adegoke, a member of the National Youth Service Corps thanked Globacom giving him a good start to his service year by bringing the two shows to Nsukka in two weeks.
Globacom in a statement urged subscribers to keep on using Glo as the company was committed to meeting their expectations at all times. The company encouraged subscribers who wish to attend the show in Aba and Makurdi to use up to N3,000 before the show and send ‘LOL’ and preferred location of the show to “33001”. For example, ‘LOL ABA’ to 33001.
The Glo Laffta Fest train continues to Aba, Abia State on Sunday, December 6.