Those who know the likable Mokaragana host from his childhood years say he has always been full of jokes.
"The story of these two (Ntsoro and Toki) has grown from last time when they arrived in the city from the cattle post.
They now think they are street smart and are even trying their luck with beautiful women, yet they still find the electronic stairs at Game City intriguing so much that they would spend the whole day going up and down," Keitumele told Showbiz.
"They go into Shoprite and start munching fruits of their choice not knowing that they are for sale and the police are called in to arrest them.
It goes to show how far they still have to go until they know about life in Gaborone, yet they pretend to be there," he said.
According to Keitumele who is also a gospel musician, the quality in the latest edition is much better than when he started.
"There is a lot of improvement in as far as both the story line, and the clarity of the sound and the visuals go, the editing was just superb because me and my producers have learnt from the first project. You could say that we were still trying to see how things would work with this Ntsoro thing and now we know what people really like," he said.
Dargie also believes the new sitcom will rake in better profits than the last, while at the same time making people realise what a talented actor Keitumele can be.
The release of Ntsoro Part 2 follows that of the movie 'Chobolo' by DDS two weeks ago. "I believe we are on the right track because there are more orders for 'Chobolo'. I am not that knowledgeable about film production, but I am working with people with the expertise," Dargie said.On why he has 'suddenly' developed a love for films, Dargie explained that he has always believed after seeing locally produced music videos that there was a lot of acting talent, which just needed to be tapped.
Keitumele has also finished shooting a television comedy called Ntsoro ka Metlae, which he said he was still negotiating with Botswana Television (Btv) to buy.
"I have given it to them (Btv) and if all goes well people could soon see it on their screens," he said.Since joining Mokaragana, Keitumele seems to have paid little attention to his music career and it has been a long time since fans saw him on stage let alone hear any new song from him.
However, all that is about to change as he has completed his third offering and is due for release just before the Easter Holiday.
"My new album will be called Jiva Mzelwana and I believe it will be worth the long wait to my fans.
I have been quiet in that front because I was still busy with some other things so I needed enough time to do a gospel project that would mean a lot to those who would listen to it," he said.