KAMPALA – Top City Comedian Patrick Idringi better known by his stage name Salvador has come up with what one may call his ‘new normal’ in preparations of his wedding with Fiancée Daphine Frankstock.
According to an invitation card that we have set our eyes on, Salvador and wife have organized a mass which will also be a fundraiser for their wedding. The card bears bank and mobile money details for the couple that the guests should use to fundraise.
“He who finds a good thing and obtains favor from the Lord Prov18:22. We humbly invite you to be part of our wedding preparations through prayer, advice and financial contributions towards its success,” the card reads.
The couple that is blessed with three children is set to hold the mass at Our Lady of Africa Mbuya Church on December 4th 2020.
With scientific weddings becoming the new normal lately, Salvador Idringi will be following suit to tie knot with his longtime fiancée.
In June last year, Salvador officially visited Daphine’s parents in a lavish ceremony that was attended by many of their friends, celebrities and close associates.
The comedian pledged to walk down the aisle this year but unfortunately his plans were put on hold by the Coronavirus pandemic that has since seen social gatherings halted.
According to the card, the couple that invited scientific guests requested them to keep the function a secret.
“Please don’t share,” states the card.
Salvador has had a successful comedy career that saw him celebrate 10 years in this trade earlier this year at the Kololo Independence Grounds in Kampala on February 14.
At the celebrations he confessed that his comedy style is mostly observational, “based on my personal experiences and I try to highlight a few things that we go through as a people, using humour.”
He was joined on stage by visiting top comedians Kenny Blaq (Nigeria), Mpho Popps (South Africa), Eric Omondi (Kenya), Eddie Kadi (DR Congo) and Alfred Kainga (Zimbabwe). Uganda’s top comedians at the event were Emma Napoleon, Ronnie Mcvex, Daniel Omara, Okello Okello, Dr Hillary and Uncle Mark.
Entertainment was provided by Ugandan musicians Levixone, Eddy Kenzo and Bebe Cool, and Tanzanian bongo flavour star Harmonize.