Laughing Samoans raise money for Fusi

Funny Chokers is bound to be a latest in a string of hits and is scheduled for Apia Feb. 24 & 25. [Laughing Samoans website]

Thousands of Laughing Samoan fans and supporters are set to cram the comedic duo’s final, ‘Greatest Hits’ show in Otara next Saturday. The finale will be dedicated as a fundraiser to the village of Fusi, damaged during the 2009 tusnami. Both Eteuati Ete and Tofiga Fepuleai’s , Risati and Semu respectively hail from Fusi.

The fundraising effort will help rebuild the roof and replace church furnishings for Fusi’s Congregational Christian Church of Samoa (CCCS) that suffered major damage in the disaster. An estimated $SAT90,000 tala is needed to foot the repair bill by March this year.

The Laughing Samoan’s Otara show is a prelude the duo’s new series called ‘Funny Chokers’ which premier in Wellington, on the 11 February, 2012.


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