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Nollywood and comedy combine forces in "Saint and The Silly"

07 March 2014, 15:18

Lagos  -  Comedians Koffi, Owen Gee and Lepacious Bose have teamed up to create a sitcom titled Saint and The Silly which premieres on Saturday on WAPTV.

 The series follows two friends, Samuel and Samson played by Koffi and Owen Gee  open up a midtown level bar , and  plot different schemes to survive and keep the business afloat.
The nearby Canteen "Rice&things" run by Mammy Rice played by Lepacious Bose,also gives a humorous insight into what happens at some local food canteens.

Other comedians who feature in this comedy include  Cee.Y,  Bowjoint, Gbenga Adeyinka, Tee.A,Teju Babyface, Dauda, McAbbey, Yaw  and a special appearance by the king of comedy,  Alibaba.

Nollywood stars who make appearances in the series include Zebrudaya, Madam kofo, Funsho Adeolu, Doris Simeon, Monalisa Chinda and Mercy Aigbe.

Saint and The Silly  is created by Koffi'Tha guru' Idowu-Nuel.


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