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Salvado lights up Imperial Royale Hotel at his show

He risked his life by abandoning his profession but what a huge success it has been to him!

Oh damn Friday night was amazing, epic and great moment as Patrick Idringi Salvado made Ugandans forget sad moments for the few hourst they spent at Imperial Royale Hotel at the Man From Ombokolo2.

The Singleton whiskey sponsored show caused many rib pains and I am sure most of those who attended are still recovering from the jokes on the night.

He has truly mastered the source of laughter game and is slowly building his name worldwide.

It was a full house and don’t forget not just a full house but with the likes of Rajiv Ruparelia, Kirumira family and many other big names in Kampala present to support the man from Ombokolo.

During his jokes, Salvado emphasized work hard and that to succeed you have to be near the best.

Salvado’s wife Daphine Frankstock at the show

He joked about the life in Ombokolo sending the house into unending laughter sessions. Everyone left the hall, applauding the one man show which has made Salvador a household name. It was really epic!!

On night, Salvado launched his Dawa Foundation which he named after his deceased father Dawa.

“Oh damn last night was amazing, am still recovering from all that love that you showed us.

Thanks to everyone that came through. We wouldn’t have done it without all of you coming in large numbers.  Thanks to the entire team for being with us through the entire journey. And a special thanks to Singleton for believing so much in my husband. And everyone else who helped in whatever way. (won’t mention names coz there so many). We wouldn’t have done it without u. And for the main act for last night Patrick am so so proud of u. Now let’s start the early preparation for next year’s Nigeria to Kampala invasion #africaLaughsSeason4 #thanksAgainEveryone,” Daphine Frankstock, Salvado’s wife posted after the show.

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