One day he was comfortably sited and enjoying a wedding ceremony, enjoying the music and flourishing moments at the party.
The wedding then turned into a farce when the groom and his bride spent over 40 minutes just changing clothes for a cake cutting session.
The Master of Ceremonies was told to entertain the guests and while he exhausted all his jokes, he couldn’t help but wonder what had happened to the couple and when he took a keen interest to ask the best man, he was advised to remain tight lipped as there was a sexual scenario between the groom and his ex-partner.
Later, the groom lied to his newly wedded wife that he had gotten a stomach upset.
After learning of this story from an insider and equally related scenarios that he had witnessed over time, Patrick Ssemboga felt the need to address sexual network related issues through educative entertainment that the audience can readily relate to.
This is how Patrick Ssemboga came up with a sixteen episode TV series dubbed “Damage‟.
With an amazing team of fourteen (14) cast members and Nine (9) on the crew, efforts were combined to turn the written into a visual product that is aired on NBS TV from 8:00pm-8:30pm every Saturday.
“We are targeting the youth and young adults/ marrieds,” Ssemboga said.
It is never too late to inform the masses on sexual related issues as they have always been a cause for alarm” said Patrick the creator, adding that it shall be aired for a period of four months.
He said: “We would love to partner with anyone interested in supporting this cause with an aim of curbing this vice”. What is damage about?
“DAMAGE” traces the post academic life of a group of friends doing life together; they have entangled relationships, divergent business ideas and try to balance their personal and business lives in order to deal with their daily challenges.
The Brains behind Damage
Created by: Patrick Ssemboga
Written by: Patrick Ssemboga and Kizito Godfrey
Music by: Caesar Kajura
Produced by: Kanunu Natalie
Directed by: Kizito Godfrey, James Ocen and Patrick Ssemboga
Edited by: Elijah Lujjumwa and Hassan Kafumbe
Cinematography: James Mbiri