We shall love each other in 3D: Ugandan comedienne Anne Kansiime to her Kenyan admirers

Comedienne Anne Kansiime

Ugandan comedienne Anne Kansiime will be jetting into the country to headline the East Africa comedy night scheduled to take place on 9th June at the KICC.

Taking to her social media she broke the news of her visit beaming with excitement.

‘’Kenya, Nairobi. Banange I cnt wait! #9thJune #sharedblessings indeed.’’ She posted.

In a video she posted alongside the caption the divorced entertainer has revealed her interest on getting to know her Kenyan admirers a little bit more unlike her previous visit in 2014 when she was a married woman.

‘’Hallo Kenya, so the last time this ninja gal was in Kenya, I was engaged and busy accusing myself of being married and then all my Kenyan lovers would be sending me love signals through bluetooth. As you know, I was settled but this time round, this 9th of June, you will not believe it. I am going to come we shall love each other in 3D by the time I leave you will be wondering what kind of name you should give me….’’ Kansiime said in part.

Others who are expected to grace the show include Eric Omondi, Chipukeezy and other East African comedians.

Kansiime confessed in 2017 that she had split with her hubby of four years Gerald Ojok. The got married in October 2013 in a traditional wedding.

‘’OJ and I are not together anymore. Reasons as to why we are not together are not for anyone else to know but the two of us.’’ She replied to a Facebook fan confirming the end of their marriage.

The comedienne was accused by Ugandan tabloids for leaving her husband for an upcoming artist to which she responded, ‘’everyone is entitled to write or say what he or she wishes, but me and Ojok have not parted ways. We are still in love and I love my Ojok so much.’’ She said before their house of cards came crumbling down.

Anne would later come out to accuse her ex for extra marital affairs involving multiple women.


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