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No time to rest for comedian Salvado

Fresh from his week-long stay in Johannesburg where he had gone to perform at the Johannesburg International Comedy Festival, Salvado will not rest but hit the road to northern Uganda where he will perform in Lira today and Arua tomorrow.
Salvado on arrival from Jo’burg last Sunday had an altercation with the revenue officials over what he called unfair treatment. A post on his Facebook page read: “… I have been checked thrice before on suspicion that I could have smuggled in goods without wanting to pay for taxes even when I just have hand luggage… after the third time, I said to myself if this ever happens … I’m going to cause fracas.”
He was, however, quick to note that he was not arrested, but was just voicing his concerns.
The comedian will perform alongside Prince Ehmah, now called Napoleone, Alex Muhangi, Ronnie McVex, among others, in the Mirinda Comedy Show.

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