Luanda – At least 2,000 people attended on Sunday, at Cine Atlantico, in Luanda, the last show of Portuguese humorist, Fernando Rocha.
For two hours the comedian amused the audience in the huge hall with his fictitious stories and anecdotes about the everyday life, just like in the first show, on Saturday, where he performed along with Angolan humorists Pedro Nzagi and Calado Show.
A humorist of international dimension, by his actions in countries like South Africa, Mozambique and Canada, Fernando Rocha was telling ironic cases drawn from his vast repertoire, which "killed the audience" with laughter.
During his presentation, and a comic style, the Portuguese warned those present on the consequences of drug use to the human body and to take care of nature, according to the risk that climate change could cause to humanity if it persists in damaging the environment.
After his performance, Fernando Rocha told Angop that he is happy for knowing that he is a popular comedian in many parts of the world, stressing "I promise to return soon and perform shows in some provinces," he added.