The biggest gathering of three arms of entertainment; Music, Magic and Comedy came alive last Saturday as VGMA Artiste of the Decade, Sarkodie and new artiste of the year, Wendy Shay together with Magician; Christopher Voncujovi; Comedians, O.B Amponsah, Foster Romanus and MC Acapella thrilled patrons at this year’s Music Magic and Comedy (MMC LIVE) Show in Accra.

The audience went wild with the great performances by Foster Romanus who entertained the audience with side splitting [jokes to the glee of patrons. The excited patrons could not help but ask for more.


The comedian Foster Romanus made very hilarious jokes about the sudden ‘disappearance’ of the vice president from the scene after he actively campaigned across the country during the run up to the 2016 elections.

According to Romanus, the NPP government went for a loan in India and because of the size of the loan Dr. Bawumia was left behind. Foster didn’t end there, he joked about Sarkodie with his favourite ‘money no be problem’ mantra, Kuami Eugene with his rockstar mantra linking him to the ‘fake crown’ he received at the VGMA. He also made rib cracking jokes about Becca, former president Mahama and Patapaa

Romanus advised that one should always be careful what they say as they tend to come to pass good or bad.


The 2019 MMC live was organized by Global Media Alliance and sponsored by Savannah Dry, Accra City Hotel, MTN, GCB Bank, and Samsung.

Happy FM, YFM, Ghana, Live FM, TV3, Starr FM, Citi FM, Citi TV, Ghanaweb, 4Syte TV, Kwese TV, Homebase TV, EIB Network, EBN TV, Graphic Showbiz, Daily Guide, and Today Newspaper provided a strong media support.


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