Madrat, one half of the comedic duo Madrat and Chiko, has disclosed his intention to formalize his relationship with his partner in matrimony.

The decision, he emphasized, stems from his religious beliefs as a Muslim man, asserting that it is imperative to officiate the union through marriage.

Madrat’s announcement comes amidst past controversies surrounding his personal life, particularly concerning allegations involving other women in the entertainment industry.

One such instance saw a woman coming forward with claims of an intimate relationship with the comedian, despite his denial of the accusations. Despite the woman providing details of their alleged encounters, Madrat chose not to engage further.

Known for maintaining a low profile regarding his personal affairs, Madrat now appears to share his happiness with the public by introducing his soon-to-be wife.

I’m glad I managed to fast for all the days – the only thing remaining is to marry my woman. As a Muslim man, I am supposed to have a fully married wife and that is my next step.

Madrat

‘’ Njagala kuwoowa mukyala wange’’ Madrat and Chiko bannyonyodde#DailySoup pic.twitter.com/0dRwCR388p

— SPARK TV (@sparktvuganda) April 11, 2024

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