COMEDIAN, Foster Romanus, proved he is a force to reckon with on the comedy scene when he staged the maiden edition of his own show dubbed Romanus Incomplete at the National Theatre on Sunday, December 23.
Not only did he tell some creative jokes which had the audience breaking out into fits of laughter, he effectively engaged the audience with some rap lines, singing and dancing.
The event began with a beautiful sketch by Foster Romanus and his comedians who he introduced to the audience in a very funny way.
Then the likes of General Ntatia, Lezky Decomic, OB, Teacher, Khemical, Nino, Ajeezay, Waris, MJ the Comedian and Putoogo also gave creditable performances before Foster came back on stage.
In his nicely designed attire, Foster came on stage exactly 9:20 pm singing some popular Gospel songs, he then switched to some Raggae/Dancehall and he did great with renditions of Samini’s Movement, Slow Motion and Iskoki.
The audience couldn’t get enough of him when he started dishing out the jokes. Although he kept his act short, the 20 minutes he spent on stage was really felt.
He told jokes on politics, the embattled Menzgold, the economy and Ghanaian celebrities. The audience couldn’t help it when he told jokes about the judgment day when God will ask Fella Makafui to return everything she has on her which is not hers including her ample backside.
He also touched on Sarkodie saying money no be problem when he used to walk long distances during the beginning of his career.
Overwhelmed by the huge turn-out at the event Foster thanked everyone at the National Theatre for coming out in their numbers to show him love.
The night was capped with a show by Highlife artiste, Kumi Guitar, who entertained the audience. Appearing on stage with his guitar the first question a fan asked him was where is our money from Menzgold and he quickly coined a song around it pleading with him to give NAM1 some time to solve the issues.