Top 10 Nigerian Female Comedians on Instagram

We’ve got attractive, smart-looking Nigerian Female Comedians on Instagram who’ll make you laugh all day long, not just guys. The ratio of male comedians to female comediennes in Nigeria’s comedy industry is skewed toward the male. As a result, it’s uplifting to see certain female influencers killing it on social media and bringing us laughs. In addition to being extremely amusing, these women are also extremely intelligent.

Top 10 Nigerian Female Comedians On Instagram

1. Emmanuella Samuel

Emmanuella is one of Nigeria’s most popular comedians at a relatively young age. Emmanuella is her stage name, but her real name is Emmanuela Samuel. She was born in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria, on July 22, 2010. 

Emmanuella was awarded the G Influence Niger Delta Special Talent Award in the year 2015. She was also the recipient of the City People Award and the NEA Award. For many young people in Nigeria, she’s the most well-known and beloved celebrity child of all time.

2. Taaooma

Even though she was born and raised in Nigeria, Apaokagi Adedoyin Maryam has been educated primarily in Namibia thanks to her parents’ relocation. Taaooma returned to Kwara State University, Ilorin, Nigeria, for her undergraduate studies in Tourism and Hospitality, despite her successful career in the arts and entertainment industry.

3.Ellen Baby

She is not a Nigerian comic, but she has made it her mission to write and produce comedy with a Nigerian flavor. Aside from her excellent pidgin, Nigerians have found enjoyment in following her despite the criticism that she has a sex-oriented specialty. In addition, she has more than 100,000 Instagram followers.

4. Wofiafada

As the “Queen of Zanga,” she’s a multi-talented performer. As an actor, TV host/MC/Model/Content Provider, she’s done it all. When it comes to social media, she has a following in excess of half a million males.

5. Maraji

She’s well-known for her lip-synching abilities. Initially, she used the Musically app to practice her lip-syncing. According to a 2016 lip-syncing competition, she was the winner of $500,000.

6. Marajinita Warri

Maraji, whose real name is Gloria Oloruntobi and who was born on February 6, 1997, is a Nigerian comedian. She began her career as a music video director and a singer-songwriter by making music videos and mimicking songs. In her comedic routines, Maraji plays a variety of characters and alters her accent and vocal pitch to fit the role she is playing.

During the second semester of her third year of college, in the 300 Level, she called a buddy out of boredom and inquired whether she’d heard the new Nicki Minaj song that had just been released.

That night, Maraji listened to the music and recorded her own lip-sync video, which her buddy found interesting, but Maraji refused to upload it online because she was afraid of being mocked for doing so. Her friend then posted the video online without her knowledge or consent, and it quickly gained popularity and received great feedback.

For her next lip-sync video, she wanted to be dynamic and started filming lip-sync videos of popular comedy videos, where she behaved crazier than the original character but with the same audio, and these films fared better than her previous song lip-sync videos.

As her Instagram following grew, she began making comedy sketches and has now become one of the top 10 Nigerian Instagram comedies.

7. Chigul

Her stage name is Chigul, and she is a multi-talented Nigerian actress, singer, and songwriter. Delectable Chigul can speak six languages, including Spanish, Hausa, French (French), Italiano, and Igbo.

8. Real Warri Pikin

Nita Asuoha, well known by her stage name The original Warri Pikin was born in the Nigerian city of Warri, in the Delta State. The third of six children, she is the oldest. She graduated from Benson Idahosa University Benin City skits in 2012 with a degree in Political Science/Public Administration.

In 2013, she tied the knot with Mr. Victor Ikechukwu Asuoha. “Why don’t I start making films to motivate people and make them laugh?” she asked herself.

Real Warri Pikin is also an OAP and a film actor in addition to being a hilarious comedian. At first, she struggled with the demands of professional acting, but with time and dedication, she was able to learn the ropes quickly.

Ayo Makun co-produced her appearance in the film Merry Men 2, in which she played a supporting role (AY). Between the hours of 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Wednesdays, Real Warri Pikin broadcasts the MAX Drive Show on MAX 90.9 FM Abuja.

One of Nigeria’s best-known comedians, Real Warri Pikin has put in a lot of hard work and creativity, and she’s also incredibly beautiful and stylish!

9. Helen Paul

In the Nigerian comedy scene, the woman who has gained a following for her hilarious quips and has gone viral numerous times for her unequaled baby voice and character is the one to beat.

After her grandmother’s death at the age of 73 in Lagos, Helen Paul was raised by her mother. Her undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral degrees in theatre arts were all earned at the University of Lagos after she graduated from high school.

Afterward, she found work as a backup singer and a voiceover artist. A famous entertainer and entrepreneur, she is also a role model and inspiration to young women. For those of us who had the pleasure of seeing Helen’s face, it was clear that she was a model of cleanliness. 

10. Lizzy Jay Omo Ibadan

Born on September 17, Omo Ibadan Adeyela Adebola, better known by her stage name Lizzy Jay “Omo Ibadan,” is a well-known Nigerian Female Comedians on Instagram. She’s one of Nigeria’s top comediennes right now, and her comedy skits are always trending on social media.

Her hometown of Ile-Ife, Osun State, is where Lizzy was born. For her primary and secondary school, she attended the School of Science in Ile-Ife. The Federal Polytechnic Ede also awarded her a diploma in Microbiology.

Omo Ibadan, as she is affectionately known, is one of the few female comedians to have made a name for herself in the business. Lizzy began her career as a stand-up comedian in 2017. She became an internet phenomenon thanks to her witty comedy routines, which were posted online.

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