Ugandan singer Jose Chameleone and Nigerian afrobeat sensation Ruger were among the renowned artists who graced the extravagant wedding celebration of Music Promoter Bol Abuk and Regina Lual on Saturday evening.
The son of the late commander Kerbino Kuanyin Bol, a successful entrepreneur, captivated social media when he became overwhelmed with tears of joy during the exchange of vows with his beloved at a Juba hotel.
Surprisingly, Ruger, the talented musician known for his distinctive eye patch, made an unannounced appearance at the event to entertain the wedding guests.
In a brief moment during his performance, Ruger expressed his happiness for Bol Abuk, stating, “I am so delighted for you, my brother. I had to travel from Nigeria to show you my love, my brother.”
Additionally, Ruger complimented the bride, saying, “I love you, my bro. You have found a wonderful woman here. You have me.”
The superstar, who rose to fame in 2019, also shared his anticipation of getting married someday and experiencing a similar moment.
He exclaimed, “I am eagerly awaiting the day I will be married too. Do you understand what I’m saying? And you must come to my wedding. Yes, you must attend my wedding,” addressing Bol Abuk amidst an enthusiastic crowd.
The wedding also featured performances by various musicians, including Tanzania’s Jux, the legendary Ugandan artist Jose Chameleone, and South Sudan’s Alijioma Mabil.
Therefore, it is safe to say that South Sudan is a secure destination, allowing foreign musicians to perform without any safety concerns or restrictions.