The comedian said: “Now you have been stressed very recently about the Article 50 trigger, you’re having your post-Brexit divorce talks.
“Will you get a bad deal? Or will you get a good deal? But don’t worry, I’ve got the backup plan for you.
Daliso Chaponda gave his take on Brexit during the gag
Think about it, your money’s been devalued, you didn’t elect your leader – you’re practically African
“If you get a bad deal, don’t worry, you can’t be in the EU anymore [so] join the African union.
“Think about it, your money’s been devalued, you didn’t elect your leader – you’re practically African.”
The sketch comes as MEP’s debated Britain’s EU divorce in Strasbourg on Wednesday afternoon.
MEPs voted in favour of taking a tough line on Brexit negotiations after a two-hour session.
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The debate in the European Parliament in Strasbourg will focus on key issues of the Brexit talks including reciprocal rights for EU citizens, the peace process in Northern Ireland and trade
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Nigel Farage gestures during speeches at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, eastern France
Nigel Farage was less than impressed with the EU Parliament this week
The European Parliament insisted Britain must meet all its financial obligations and rejected any "cherry-picking" of privileged access to the single market for sectors of the UK economy such as financial services.
Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said: "We do not seek to punish the United Kingdom, we are simply asking the United Kingdom to deliver on its commitments and undertakings as a member of the European Union."
Nigel Farage has since hit out against Mr Barnier and accused the EU of holding the UK to “ransom”.
He told LBC: “Mr Barnier, who is the Commission's chief negotiator, [is] making it absolutely clear that he thinks the 52bn sterling is simply us settling the accounts.
“They won’t even discuss a trade deal with us until basically, we’ve paid the ransom as I see it and thereafter any trade deal we could not have a competitive advantage.”