Akrobeto will make you laugh. This is what he did during the valentine's edition of real news
By Dapaah_Gh | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 0 views
In a world where covid has made everything so hopeless and, sad news always on your face through the television. It is always better when you get a good entertainment on the TV and have a moment of laughter while watching it to quench some of the sadness.
And who does it best than Akrobeto when it comes to comedy on television. And that's what he did yesterday on utv.
During the vale's day on Sunday, Akrobeto Kwasi Boadi aka who 'nose' tomorrow did a very special 'real news' for his fans on UTV.
This time instead of the usual set up studio for the real news, Akrobeto graced his cherish viewers with a Valentine's Day inspired decorations for the studio to make the occasion special.
In his red and black dress code he thanked the owner of UTV and his brother, the staff and the camera crew of his programme.
He also thanked his fans and viewers for watching the programme since it started three years ago and dedicated the special day to them.
He then performed Kojo Antwi’s Amirika in the special valentine's edition of real news as he also showed his dancing skill to the tune of the song.
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