Paul Flomo in Things!


Isaac Sunday Sieh, dubbed the funniest comedian now in Liberia, was the proud recipient of the keys to a sweet-smelling Nissan Altima, courtesy of Platinum Entertainment Production, in recognition for his hard work, dedication, and humility.

Presenting the keys of vehicle to the famous Liberian Actor on Wednesday, Armed Forces Day, was the Chief Executive Officer of Platinum Entertainment Production, Mr. Dream DEBO, who attributed the gesture to the thespian's dexterity and commitment to the development of Liberian Movies, promised to make sure that Paul's colleagues are also next in line for such treats.

Accepting the keys and beaming with smiles, Isaac Sunday Sieh expressed his utmost gratitude to Platinum Entertainment Production family, saying that it was "a heartwarming gesture and that anyone can achieve as much as he can but with hard work, dedication and humility."

Paul is one half of the comedic pair, John and Paul Flomo, of recent Liberian comic movies such as Dugbormar, Tom & Jerry, John In The Army, among others, which have helped to create a feeling of consolation and relaxation in the minds of Liberians, following the height of the Ebola outbreak.

This comes as the first of its kind for a home based Liberian actor, since the boom of Liberian Movies.

It can be recalled that Paul was recently seen on a promotional float for Cellcom GSM as he drew crowds in the Hundreds of thousands in and around Monrovia, strongly establishing and confirming himself as the most famous Liberian Comedian at the moment. 

Could he be a part of the circle of young Liberian artists and entertainers, among them Karie Walker, alias John Flomo, that are being signed on by the telecommunications giant? That could be anyone’s guess.

With this initiative taken by a movie producing company, ensuring that its star is treated with the best respect and development possible, we can now look forward to corporate initiatives that could be a big boost to the well-being and talents of our best entertainers in the Liberian Entertainment Industry.


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