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The Ben to serenade lovers on Valentine’s Day at the Comedy Store

The Ben

Rwandan singer – songwriter Benjamin Mugisha alias The Ben will be performing live in Kampala at UMA show grounds on Valentine’s Day February 14, 2024.

The show that will be organized by the Comedy Store will see the sensational singer serenade lovers on a  day celebrated widely across the world.

“The Ben will be performing for two  hours, which gives his fans and lovers an idea of what to expect from his performance”, Alex Muhangi revealed.

The Rwandan singer is globally known for hit songs like ‘Amaso Ku Maso’, ‘I’m in Love’, ‘Habibi’, ‘Fine girl’, ‘Naremeye’, ‘Ndaje’, ‘Binkolera’ feat. Sheebah Karungi, ‘No you No Life’ feat. B2C, and ‘This is Love’ ft. Rema Namakula from Uganda, ‘Why’ feat. Diamond Platnumz of Tanzania, ‘Lose Control’ ft Meddy (Rwanda), and‘Ngufite Kumutima’ ft Zizou Al Pacino.

The show will also feature comedians and artistes Sheebah Karungi, Maddox, MC Mariachi, Madrat & Chiko, Maulana & Reign, Teacher Mpamire, Sammie & Shawa, Merry Heart Comedians, Uncle Mark, Shequin & Eva, G-Force Band.

Hosted by Bree, Kalera Omusoga, and DJ Lolah entrance is 20k for a standard ticket, 50k for VIP , and a table will cost 500k.

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