The skill in photoshop is nowadays gaining popularity in the media industry with many people photoshopping their photos with those of renowned celebrities. This is a common trend among many netizens.
Comedian Henry Desagu seems to have mastered the art of photoshop quite well. Desagu recently photoshopped his image with that of the prolific Egyptian and Liverpool FC striker, Mohamed Salah when he came to Nairobi for a match with Kenyan national football team. The photo sparked reactions from netizens who couldn't believe the comedian actually met Mohamed Salah.
The veteran comedian is known for his good sense of humour. Desagu is undoubtedly one of the most successful Youtubers in Kenya. The comedian has a whopping number of 525 thousand subscribers on YouTube. He is one of the most paid Youtubers in Kenya.
On his Instagram page today, Desagu has once again wowed his fans when he photoshopped his image with those of Nigerian nollywood actors, Osita Iheme and Chinedu Ikedieze, popularly known as Aki and Ukwa.
The duo are known for their prowess in acting. Their sense of humour have made them gain popularity among many people each dawning day. They have produced many Afro movies that are many people's favourites. Their pygmy stature makes them even more funny. Osita and Chinedu are known for their movie, Aki and Pawpaw which sold worldwide. Apart from acting, the two are also known for their sense of fashion.
The post caused a stir online from fans who couldn't hold their laughter after coming across Henry Desagu's post.
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