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Chima Raph in the line of duty


It was a gathering of new acts, comedians, musicians and disc jockeys recently, as they came in droves to support their own, Chima Raph in a show tagged, Chima Raph in the line of duty – The Laugh Communion.

The event, which held at the Redeemed Christian Church of God’s Throne of Grace Parish, Surulere, Lagos, attracted heavy weight comedians such as, MC Abe, Yow Yow, Senator, Ajebo, Kenny Black, Woli Aroli, MC Garba, as well as Funny Bone, who flew in from Canada to support Chima Raph.

Some other artistes who performed were Olive Face, Sonny Messiah, K-Man, VC- Professor, Sacko, TMO, Baba de Baba, Mallam Dogogo and Pius Paul.


Chima Raph, an exceptional master of ceremonies, stand-up comedian and entertainment entrepreneur was on top of his game, as he thrilled guests with hilarious jokes.

With over five years experience in the industry as a professional and creative entrepreneur with rich contents, he has carved a niche for himself as one of the innovative comedians in this part of the world.

As a brand, Chima Raph has featured in various shows around the country and major tours with selected brands as well as corporate events. He is a strong believer of the ‘New Nigeria Dream’. He is popularly known for his viral corporate beggar skits series that enjoyed massive airplays on TV and other on-line media platforms.

He told The Guardian that hardwork, perseverance and goodwill pay in building a brand. Chima Raph described the event as the joy of mother through pregnancy and having a safe baby. “I am delighted that the project was done successfully,” he said.

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