I Go Dye Biography
I Go Dye real names Francis Agoda, is a Nigerian comedian. He is popularly known as I Go Dye or I Go Die. He has organized several international comedy shows, such as “Igodye Standing.”
I Go Dye Age
Francis Agoda was born on 4 April 1979 in Abraka, Delta State, Nigeria, Africa. the comedian grew up at Okpara waterside with his Grand Mother, Queen Agnes where he saw the numerous challenges facing rural settlements in Nigeria.
This insight has motivated him to address some of these issues through his comedy and publications. A review of his creativity dates back to his elementary school days at Ighogbadu primary school and College of Commerce, Warri Delta State.
During his school days, he was a member of the Junior Engineering Technical Society and was made the zonal project manager represent Delta State In 1992.
I Go Dye Felix Ibru
As a young kid, he meets the first executive governor of Delta State Olorogun Felix Ibru after he exhibited usual creativity, for someone who grew up in the village to have the foresight to invent a Hovercraft ship, radio transmitter, hairdryer, projector, electric solar table fan, and a flying helicopter.
that made him the first Africa child to have to build a flying helicopter and moving Hovercraft ship. He was awarded a scholarship to study structural engineering at New York University.
His insight into life and future were mysterious according to his mother princess Emily, because he professed issues of the future and he had a great inherent spirituality that made him scared. Within a short while, his passion for comedy brought him wider acceptance and popularity.
which he realized was a means to address mitigating factors affecting young children and many unprivileged people, based on what he witnessed growing up in the village as a young kid.
I Go Die Comedy Career
I Go Dye followed his passion, developing his comedy artistry, at a time when the comedy business was not trending as a career. However, Francis Agoda continued to pursue comedy, until he was invited to join the Press Literary Art Drama Debating Society (PLADDS).
He soon became PLADD’s Programme Director. After a series of top-flight entertainment presenting mock news on Bendel broadcasting TV, with his friend I Go Save, that platform was used to translate issues affecting the society.
Later, I go dye received a contract to perform in the first comedy club in Nigeria, the Prest Motel in Benin City, where he was paid one thousand Naira per show.
He gained popularity on media stations. On one occasion, when he performed at the University Of Benin, Agoda met Baba Kome, who took him to meet Opa Williams the organizer of Night of A Thousand Laughs’
I Go Die Azuh Arinze
However, Agoda profile expanded when Azuh Arinze of National Encomium Magazine gave him an opportunity to perform at the Pre-Reel Award.
Opa Williams, the organizer of Night of a Thousand Laughs, attended to watch Agoda’s performance, to have a glimpse to access his performance. After that, Williams signed Agoda to perform in the forthcoming Night of a Thousand Laughs 2000.
I Go Die Reel Award
Subsequently, he was also invited to perform at the REEL Award and the AMEN Award of 2000. Opa Williams after many years of outstanding performances named I Go, Dye, the best most outstanding comedian that featured in the show.
Over the years his performances earned him a place in Nigeria’s comedy industry. He became a sought-after comedian by events promoters in Europe.
I Go Dye completed his first European tour with Ehizoya Golden Entertainment, later with The Nigerians in Diaspora Organization of Europe (NIDOE)-France and also performing during the UNESCO Cultural Week.
He has been featured in MTV Africa Music Awards. He has also performed in the opening and closing shows of various notable musicians, including Akon, Boyz II Men, 50-Cent, Rick Ross, The Game, and Kelly Rowland.
I Go Dye Awards
♦ African Best Comedian
♦ The Nigerians in Diaspora Organisation of Europe-SPAIN Award for his contribution to Nigerian culture and art
♦ The Nigeria Best Comedian Award (NEA AWARD)
I Go Dye Net Worth
I Go Die has a yearly income of N400 million. He owns Revamp Construction Company, is into real estate and currently building a bottled water company, Franstel Natural Bottle Water. I Go Dye net worth is estimated to be about N2 billion
I Go Dye Crusader
I Go Dye as someone who had faced the ills of conflict and was shot, losing some of his close friends, that tragic experience changed his perception.
When he reflected on the 1997 Warri crisis between the Ijaw’s and Itsekiri people, he championed the project, Peace insight. Amb Francis Agoda shot a 10 minutes documentary, a short film in 2004 for the United Nations and the Federal government of Nigeria.
To promote peace and advocate for rural development. He has often lent his voice and provided solutions to world leaders and Nigerian elites with most of his publications.
His open letter to mark the United Nations Youth day in 2017 titled Logic and Reason without guns to Nigeria Government, Governors Militant, and youth, he has continued to be an advocate for the African Youths, promoting a new political ideology that will include the youths in governance.
he has also advocated for youth leadership, in Zimbabwe where he wrote president Robert Mugabe to step down for youthful leadership, he also advocated for youthful President in Liberia which has been successful.
Has continued to champion a new leadership also for Nigerian through his open letter to his excellency President Muhammadu Buhari and former vice president Atiku Abubakar.
I Go Dye Wife – I Go Dye Wedding
I Go Dye is married to Stella Agoda. He welcomed the arrival of a baby girl into the family. I Go Dye took to his Instagram page to celebrate the arrival of the baby.
“Lovely princess to a new generation, welcome Paris Agoda my beautiful daughter no DNA pls name be dat April 4, 1979, and Paris,” he said.
His fellow comedians and fans have felicitated with him on his newborn baby.
I Go Dye News
I Go Dye bought a house for his son as he celebrates the 9th birthday The comedian said he bought the gift for his 9-year-old to celebrate the essence of shelter – I Go Dye also noted that the gift brings forth hope to children who are not privileged.
Francis Agoda, celebrated his son, Roy Eseoghene Agoda, on his birthday by giving a house. The comedian bought his 9-year-old son a house as his birthday gift.
The comedian, who is known by his stage name I Go, Dye, shared photos of the gold and white mansion on his Instagram page. I Go Dye expressed that he decided to celebrate his son’s birthday by celebrating the essence of shelter to reminisce on how many people grow up.