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KSM “Still Rockn”; no sign of retirement at age 54

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KSM “Still Rockn”; no sign of retirement at age 54

After announcing his retirement from stage some two years ago, funny man Kwaku Sintim-Misa alias KSM has rescinded his decision describing it as both “premature and immature”, and he is ready to Rock Accra Again this Christmas. His comeback show, ‘Still Rockn’ is scheduled for two showings at National Theatre, December 25.

KSM has promised his fans 90 minutes of non-stop laughter. “I am so thrilled about this performance because this is my funniest and most thrilling show yet. It is high voltage comedy, travelling at the speed of 100 LPM (Laughs per minute)”.

Featured on the bill is another fascinating comedian that KSM calls his son; Funny Face. Funny Face says he has been following KSM since he was fifteen years old and it was his prayer to be like him. He considers it blessing from God and a dream come true to be invited by his “father” to perform on the same stage. KSM comments on Funny Face: “He has earned my respect as a talented comedian and I am proud of him.”

Also on the bill that evening is FBS, D-flex, Kojo Dwamena and some few surprises.

KSM broke onto the Ghanaian comedy scene in 1997 with his hit stage show, The Saga of the Returnee. Following his success on stage, it was only a matter of time for the outspoken satirist do a show called ‘Politically Incorrect’. That was also a hit with Ghanaians and before long; the critics were calling KSM the King of Comedy.

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Ameyaw Kissi Debrah, known professionally as Ameyaw Debrah, is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.

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