Museveni calls comedian Salvado ‘grandson of Idi Amin’

Museveni with Salvador at State Lodge Nakasero

President Museveni has Friday met with “one of Uganda’s finest talents” in the stand-up comedy industry, Patrick Idringi.

The meeting took place at Nakasero State Lodge and was attended by city events promoter, Balaam Barugahara.

“He tells me the Bazukulu call him Salvado of Ombokolo village,” Museveni said.

He added: “But from his looks, he must be the grandson of Idi Amin.”

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Museveni said they shared quite a lot regarding the industry, social and developmental issues.

“I wish Patrick Idringi Salvado the best in his endeavours.”

In turn, Patrick Idringi Salvado said: “They say a picture speaks 1000 words …well I expect more than 1000 words from these pictures ….”

Salvado called it an honour to meet the president

He said it was a great honour to meet the president.

“Who I’m I and in what capacity do I meet the President. Well I’m honored and humbled. The man is wise regardless of what you say, I think I’m learned enough to know that, I’m just glad he shared some of his wisdom with a mere me…son of Ombokolo.”

According to the comedian, people are not in power by Luck, this man shared facts and statistics that “I’ve always seen but ignored”.

“Well let me say I’m woke …Thank you Mr. Balaam for the introduction and thank you Mr. President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni for the words of wisdom.”



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