Hundreds of Ebonies Fans who had thronged Jazz Bridge Entertainment Centre last weekend on Sunday were left cursing after heavy rains disrupted their rather good evening. At exactly 9pm the fans were already glued to their seats to watch “London Ssegwanga” a popular play in which Sam Bagenda aka Dr. Bossa who plays Duncan Mugambe a very successful flight captain who manages to woo and play three pretty young ladies.
The audience braved the cold breeze which had set in after two great hours of excitement, it begun drizzling and immediately the clouds let loose at 11.30pm and the heavy down pour cut short the smiles from the audience which was attentively following the play. They eventually had to flee the entertainment centre as they couldn’t brave the heavy rains.
Sam Bagenda commonly known as Dr. Bossa was playing Duncan Mugambe a very successful flight captain who manages to woo and play three pretty ladies but sadness and frustration grips Duncan who fails to balloon any of the ladies because of his impotence.
Duncan tirelessly seeks medical attention from some of the best Doctors in India who fail to diagnose his condition. He then turns to traditional healers for help but they too fail to diagnose his condition. Duncan who is puzzled, confused and frustrated finds himself in a dilemma as to whether to break the bad news to the Ladies.
He confides in his long time friend Fauziah Nakibooneka real names who gets shocked at the bad news that Duncan shares with her. Fauziah begins to hatch a plan on how to help her longtime friend Duncan to overcome his troubles who also hasn’t decided on which lady to marry as the wedding gets closer.
The ladies who are yet to know Duncan’s troubles confide in their close friends for help.