Ochuko Felix fondly called Atol-Atol (At all, At all) by his teeming fans, has earned him the admiration of his peers and predecessors by winning over audiences with his unique brand of standup comedy, his comic versatility fetched him his current job with Rainbow 94.1 FM as On-Air-Personality (OAP).
Atol-Atol was born in Lagos, and hails from Warri (Delta State) where he grew up, a graduate of Mass Communication.
He began his foray into Stand- Up Comedy professionally, back in his University days, and has organized and featured in many comedy shows and concerts: lives in Lagos, and loves his job.
With Atol-Atol on the MIC (in the studio or outdoors as a Compère), be assured of a relaxed audience with his witty but calculated comic punch-lines, while the event runs in a smooth progression with his effective skills of time consciousness and management. Atol-Atol is absolutely funny and professional on and off the stage.
Atol-Atol was one of the most requested headliners in his field of specialization. He has also quickly evolved into one of the most popular and successful college acts, having performed as both Compère/MC and Comedian in various high profiled events in this country. His friendly style, spontaneity and sharp material have proved to be greatly appreciated by his audiences, young and old.
Atol-Atol has maintained his reputation as one of Nigeria’s most prolific Stand-Up comedians and MCs, while simultaneously distinguishing himself as a charismatic and versatile presenter on Radio in a variety of programmes.
He would always tell you: ‘Joke is my business but I don’t joke with my job!’.
However, members of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State community, have continued to express shock at the news of Atol-Atol’s demise.
He was a former president of HOUSE OF TALK, AAUA CHAPTER and former president of Mass Communication Department, AAUA.
it was gathered from his former colleague, Opeyemi Akinyode, who described him as “Mr Perfect”. Akinyode said, “He always wants to keep people’s spirit up.”
RIP, Felix Ochuko, Atol-Atol