On Friday night, comedian Patrick Idringi aka Salvado, celebrated his 10-year experiences in the comedy industry.
He shared the stage with Africa’s comedy giants like Kenny Blaq, Eric Omondi, Eddie Kadi alongside Uganda’s own crème de la crème at Kololo Airstrip.
The man of the hour and cause of celebration made a grand entrance at the show dubbed “Africa Laughs” leaving fans ululating with excitement.
He came cruising a blue monster machine. When he stepped out, he was covered in smoke as the crowd cheered.
In the full glare of cameras, he majestically walked on the red carpet and entered the dome where the performances took place.
South African comedian Mpho Popps had the fans rolling on the floor with tales of his business class flight experience.
“Once you enter the plane, they announce “for the poverty” [business class],” he said, sending the fans chuckling.
He then explained how you have to bend and carefully crisscross from chair to chair since they are squeezed together with little space.
London based comedian Eddie Kadi from Congo cracked ribs in the house with jokes on how different people speak, French versus Africans.
Oga Kenny Blaq from Nigeria came with moves, singing and jokes to colour his energetic performance.
He hit the stage with strange dance moves and donning a signature Nigerian round cap.
And then he asked if there are any single ladies in the house to which he received a loud “yaaah!”
Tanzanian hit maker Harmonize then took to the stage and put on a great show.
Konde Boy got the crowd worked up as they sang along his hit songs.
The ladies all stood to their feet and held up their cameras to capture the moment and have a picture of Konde Boy in their own phones.