By Tonderai Ndemera
Forgotten comedian Lazarus Boora, famous for acting as Gringo on local drama, is set to make a comeback when he features on local online radio and TV Heart and Soul show titled Tea and Biskit.
Boora, who disappeared from the entertainment scene for sometime, will on May 10 join Heart and Soul presenter Unique Zimuto as a new character known as Mukoma Ghibho.
The hilarious segment will be nailing daily issues in a dialogue setup between Mukoma Gibho, the new janitor in the building and Miss Odette Unworried, who plays the uppity, new age Slay Queen throwing her own perspective on things.
The skits will be aired on Zimuto’s show The Morning Latte from 4pm to 4:30pm, starting on May 10 covering topical concerns and headlining news.
“The chemistry between the two is hilarious. When those two come together the humour in the room is just overwhelming,” said Zimuto.
“I’m very excited and can’t wait to start working with them, I can’t wait for everyone to see and witness the show for themselves.”
The show will be aired on Facebook live under Heart n Soul RadioTv.
“Everyone is invited to come support and witness the comeback of the legendary Gringo as Mkoma Gibho,” said Zimuto.
Born in 1973 in Rukweza in Nyanga, Boora became prominent in 1997 when he featured on Enock Chihombori’s drama series Gringo as the lead character.