Uganda Waragi pineapple ended its tour of the country with a show stopping comedy experience at Laftaz Lounge at Centenary Park in Kampala.
The once popular hangout regained its lost glory with the entry of UG Pineapple Comedy onto its night lineup.
By 8pm, Laftaz was filled with revellers ready to catch some rib cracking jokes from Teacher Mpamire, Dolibondo, Optional Allan, Madrat and Chico and Amooti Omubalanguzi.
At the entrance to the comedy show, free cocktails and shots of the Pineapple flavour were handed out to the enthusiastic revellers.
The UG Pineapple lounge was a good place to stop and have a sunshine pineapple experience with the new UG flavour.
Comedy is only an addition to this Uganda’s biggest export and helps to bring fans together.
Comedy at Laftaz’s gave the comedians a chance to showcase their improved talent.
While new kids like Optional Allan are coming into the industry with promising talent, older comedians like Napoleon Emma who were flat in the yesteryears are now an improvement and their delivery of jokes is superb.
Dolibondo has never found it hard to make people laugh and he did not disappoint.
Amooti on the other hand is still as funny as ever. He has incorporated music into his comedy and this has only spiced up and improved his stage performance.
Madrat and Chico are also steadily researching and learning how to turn normal everyday life into a pack of jokes.
The show was crowned with a performance from King Saha who sang his best hits, Biri Biri and Very Well, among others.