Meet 8 Year Old Jessy, Lead Actress For Crack Ribs Comedy

Share this!

Rogette Jesynta (Jessy) is just 8 years old and she is the lead actress for Crack Ribs Comedy, a Buea based entertainment comedy house.

Crack Ribs Comedy has a team of at least 5 with Jessy as lead actress, and they are specialized in the production of comedy skits and short story comedy films.

They present daily societal happenings in a comic and laughable manner while presenting very important life lessons.

Everyone else is reading this book except you. Click and Download your copy now! 

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

CRC has released more than 17 comic videos with the talented Jessy playing the lead role. They have a vision to identify talents and build them into potential skills for the entertainment industry, and tell African stories in a unique way.

Fonyuy Banfogha Noel (FBN) – founder Crack Ribs Comedy House,lead actor & director.

With Noel as leader, CRC has told unique stories with special ways of delivery representing their society and culture. Crack Ribs is also professionalised in producing commercial concepts for brands, stage plays for events, and stand-up comedy.

Here’s the team that joins Jessy & Noel to produce quality content.

Dr. Brene – co-founder/video editor/story developer

Brene is specialized in movie story lines, comic content creation, commercial content creation for
businesses and brands.

Kanjoh Nelson Nfor( I J) – script writer/script editor

Kwalar Randy Susung (Blinks) – videographer

Rogette Jesynta (Jessy): 8years old, Jessy, lead actress for Crack Ribs Comedy House.

Other supporting actors/actresses:

Kelly, Adah, Enow Elizabeth (Enow Black),
Vanessa Nkubu, Serkfem Denzel(Thomas) and Ashu Mbah(Comedian)

Contact CRC (WhatsApp or call) 671747027 / 678583127

Because You're Here ...

  Since 2017, we have staked our lives and time to provide tailor-made news reports to our readers from war zones and hot political rivalries in Cameroon - And we have done so for free. As a small online media now reaching over 100,000 monthly readers on all our platforms, we have to rely on hiring/paying members to help keep you all informed. We do this because we believe it is the right thing to do at this time in Cameroon.   We have received many comments from supportive readers asking how they can contribute. The best way is simply to support our online reporting by considering a measly sum for our team on the ground as little as $1. Every contribution, however big or small, is so valuable for our future. Now you can make a donation to us, it only takes one click   Kind regards,

Share this!