Ndine Emma is a fresh talent from high school turned comedian and many people watching his video skits on Social have witnessed his come up and be part of his journey. The Young talented act was born in Kabwe in a family of 5 and was his cracking jokes have always been unavoidable even in class during his high school days.
In 2021 during the lockdown, he made a video shared to his friends in no time it trending. Most Zambian Social Pages immediately began sharing his content, which led to his peers advising him to create his own Facebook page. His Facebook page ended up having more than 15K Followers within 24hs of its creation. This clearly indicated his talent was a peoples loved.
He later went ahead to engage The Comedian Association of Zambia which at that time was organizing an event with K mobile in Ndola. The association welcomed him with opened hands and accorded him his first stage performance to an audience of more than 250 People. At the same event, he performed alongside veterans of Comedy such as BOB Nkosha and Brighton Sinkala. His most watched video skits include BBC vs Zambian Journalist and that of Zambian songs can be used to get some truth of a lying person. Most of his jokes have been characterized as Educative and Relatable by the Zambian audience.
In November 2021, he was one of the opening acts for Ugandan Comedian Annie Kansime at ECL Mall In Kitwe. The audience was electrified as many Zambian comedians displayed their talented and performed their jokes.
When asked about of the Challenged the comedy protégé has faced in his career so far, Ndine Emma said, Zambian Comedy Industry has many great Comedian and hence it is usually hard to sell one’s image. He however says he is grateful for the support so far and has asked his Zambians to be buying tickets and support local comedians.
According to him, it is not easy to make people laugh, as it requires good observation skill, because you need to make relatable funny real jokes and stories. One also has be open minded and Intelligent to be a comedian.
Ndine Emma is further asking the Government and private Sector to continue supporting local talent. “Comedy is a Gold mine and Zambia has a lot of it which can be exported”. He emphasizes.