Ghanaian international comedy star, Augustin Dennis Kwesi Quansah, known by his showbiz name Augustin Dennis has taken a swipe at the self-acclaimed king of Ghana comedy, DKB.

Dennis, in an interview, stating emphatically that the comedian who has in the past allegedly plagiarised some of his jokes, does not know enough about comedy to teach him [Augustin Dennis]  how to write jokes.

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Speaking to George Quaye on "Morning Zoo" on Accra-based Starr FM, the comedian did not mince with words,  he said "it's important to have pride about your work. I take pride in the quality of my work so when you hear someone else try to take credit for your work, you speak. I never went to him to ask him how to write jokes, he lied through his teeth when he said so."

Augustin Dennis, who has been in the news for being placed under a ban, is readying himself for a showdown on the Comedy Safari in Malaysia and Singapore from September 5 to 8 and his one hour stand up special "Banned" slated for September 15 at the Silverbird Cinemas back home in Accra, Ghana.

Watch Augustin Dennis 's excerpts from his show in Cafe de Joker in Antwerpen, Belgium, below.

Augustin Dennis performs in Antwerp, Belgium