Mark Angel Comedy received a golden plaque from YouTube for reaching 1million subscribers.

Mark Angel's youtube comedy channel which is well known for hosting the popular Emmanuella skit, featuring 8-year old honor winning comedian and her uncle, hits one million subscribers on their YouTube channel, setting the record for the most-view parody drama in Nigeria and Africa.

This is an immense accomplishment for them. Having more than 120 parody dramas on the channel and because of Nigerian's liking for chuckling and laughter, they were one of the main entertainers to truly harness the power of social media.

Each Mark Angel scene effortlessly has a million view in less than seven days, making Emmanuella the greatest star on the Nigerian YouTube scope.

The VP, Product Management of YouTube (Johanna Wright) made the declaration at the just finished Google For Nigeria event in Lagos on July 27, 2017.

The Google executive likewise brought the owner of the YouTube channel in front of an audience to give them a gold plaque for the point of reference accomplishment.
In any case, the star of the channel, Emmanuella herself was absent for the during the presentation.

The turning point features the approach of video in consumer media and features Nigeria's expanding significance to YouTube as a practical market.

The channel also achieved global acknowledgment a year ago when Emmanuella won the honor for the Top Subscribed Creator at the Sub-Saharan African YouTube Awards, the Best New Comedienne and Princess of Comedy grants at the Afro - Australia Music and Movie Awards (AAMMA) and her uncle, Mark Angel, was respected with an initiative honor. Their fan base has developed from Nigeria to the Philippines, the United Kingdom, Australia and different parts of the world, and includes individuals of any age, from African mothers to their kids that they share these videos with. Emmanuella was additionally included on CNN in December 2016.

There is still a considerable measure of hindrances to overcome before web access in Nigeria turns out to be really democratized, however, the signs are looking and it will undoubtedly happen, sooner or later.


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