Politics of laughter

Comedy comrade Charles
Comedy comrade Charles

It is election year and those who are politically inclined are swiftly positioning themselves for October 24. Well, comedians are finding a way to be part of the game.

The Politics of Laughter Comedy show at Westwood International School on Saturday night was classic example of how politics have no boarders. Three comedians used their art to illustrate how during campaign times various politicians would promise the electorate “heaven on earth” and how the poor masses would be easily lured into believing the empty promises. The Liberally Independent Economic Society (LIES) represented by comrade Bambino promised just to increase the budget by changing the word million to billion.

“We shall put a (b) instead of (m) and then we shall improve lives,” Bambino said. The next candidate to take the podium Tulani Tau explained how his party would change even the way young women use social media.

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