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Wednesday, 26 April 2017

RMD Is Not My Mate, says Kanayo O. Kanayo

KOK and RMD on stage with one of the winners of a dance competition.

The duo of Kanayo O. Kanayo gained more admiration in the sight of their fans when they openly paid homage to veteran thespian and Nollywood ‘darling’ RMD at the Port Harcourt edition of the Globacom Mega Comedy Show, Glo Laffta Fest.

The event was in full swing when the show anchors, Juliet Ibrahim and Ebube Nwagbo called on RMD to present prizes to the winners of a dance competition.

Before the presentation, they wanted RMD to dance and give them the ‘Obama Walk’, a recreation of the famous regal stride and convivial mannerism of former US President Barack Obama. RMD assured them he would please them in due course, but he would first like to go ahead with the task of presenting the winners with their prizes.

However, upon their insistence, RMD delivered a perfect recreation of Obama Walk, attracting applause from the audience. Juliet wanted more, and when she wasn’t getting it, she called on KOK to come on stage to ‘show RMD how it’s done’.


KOK climbed the stage, collected the mike and said: “How can a child teach his father how to go to school?” attracting laughter and wild applause from the audience.

Juliet won’t back down. She turned to Victor, who jumped up and theatrically walked up the stage as if he was eager to do Juliet’s bidding.

But on stage, he also told Juliet RMD was a distinguished pioneer in whose footsteps he and many others were following. He would also not do the Obama Walk. He also received wild applause from the audience for his decision and humble disposition.

The two mega stars openly paid homage to RMD, and made to return to their seats, but RMD insisted they should join him to present the prizes.
All three Nollywood greats leave the stage with their fans hailing them loudly. 

The Old parade Ground, Abuja is the next stop of the show on April 23, 2017. 


Subscribers of the network who wish to attend are to text 'LOL ABUJA' to 240 for invites. 

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