Well known Nigerian humorist Godwin Komone, A.K.A Gordons and an on-screen character, Chinedu Ikedieze A.K.A Aki were prominent non-attendants at the 2018 version of the satire appear, Lafta Card with Monkals which held Sunday in Calabar, the Cross River State capital.
The team was publicized as big-name visitors and entertainers, however, did not appear for the occasion with no word from the coordinators concerning their nonappearance.
Notwithstanding, 10-year-old DJ Shyne excited a group of onlookers at the occasion which saw exhibitions from first-class humorists including Akpororo, Kenny Blaq, Koboko, MC George, Sam Ajibola A.K.A Spiff and in addition Destalker.
Likewise, melodic exhibitions from Real Pee, Challex D Boss, Young Bone, DJ Power, DJ Johnero among others got the gathering of people on their feet.
The show is in its second release and the host, Monkals, who is the Chief Executive Officer of Kals Entertainment, said that the then 9-year-old DJ Shyne had excited his fans at the principal version held at the Cultural Center complex and guaranteed that it will be same in the second version and ensuing ones.
He revealed that in the wake of putting in 25 years in Calabar, he needed to migrate to Lagos where he has put in four years now and vowed that he will utilize the stage to permit different creatives to create and grandstand their gifts simply like DJ Shyne.
“DJ Shyne will be playing in Lagos with others stars like AY show, Akpororo event, Kenny Black, Sam Ajibola and a lot. I appreciate DJ Power the father of DJ Shyne for bringing up a little-talented DJ in the country,” he said and got out his sibling whom as per him didn’t bolster his profession as a performer at its beginning time.
The show which was tied down by Mr. Ajibola who is mainstream for his part in the arrangement; “The Johnsons” was taken to an alternate measurement when he engaged school youngsters in the show by giving out exercise books from his philanthropy association.