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‘Skitmakers Dey Erupt Like Volcano, Some No Last Three Minutes’ – Comedian I Go Save




I Go Save

Nigerian ace comedian, Otaghware Otas Onodjayeke, popularly known as I go Save, has asserted that the fame of a skitmaker is short.

Naija News reports that the comedian disclosed this during an interview on the latest episode of ‘The Honest Bunch’ podcast, co-hosted by media personality cum actor, Nedu.

When asked if he agrees that skitmaking is now overshadowing stand-up comedy, I go save said the trend is like a volcano, and the lifespan is short.


According to him, unlike stand-up comedians, most skit makers lack longevity in the entertainment industry, adding that some do not even last for three minutes.

He said, “Skitmaking, once they start am e dey erupt like volcano. But in my opinion, the lifespan is short.

“Yeah, skit maker go come, scatter everywhere, but before you know, he do cool. But, comedians go dey there for years still dey do their thing dey go. 


“We get plenty skit makers wey don come, wey we no dey hear off again wey no last three minutes” (sic)

Nigerian Rapper Turns Skitmaker

Meanwhile, veteran Nigerian rapper, Michael Ugochukwu Steven, popularly known as Ruggedman, has turned a skitmaker.

Naija News reports that the ‘Wetin Dey’ crooner, who took a break from the music space for some years, disclosed this in a recent interview with Hip TV.


He said the educative character called ‘Mazi Kalu’ centres on an old man with problems who sometimes tries to solve other people’s problems.

According to Ruggedman, many people are unaware that he started his career as an actor, adding that he played minor roles in some movies before coming to the limelight as a rapper.

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