Once a soldier, always a soldier, and we proved just that at fallen singer, Mowzey Radio’s burial this weekend. From the time the singer was announced dead, the mood of the people of Uganda has been down. Large crowds of people flocked the hospital, and a number escorted the body wherever it went. All Social media pages were filled with videos, photos and memories of him before this fateful day. He indeed left a mark in everyone’s heart. The musician team of Uganda, decided to bury Radio like a hero. Truly what he deserves.
MUSICIANS MOUNTED A GUARD OF HONOR
At his home in Makindye, hundreds of people turned up for the vigil, and double or more of that number made their way to the viewing of the body at Kololo airstrip. According to our sources, it is from there that fellow musicians mounted a guard of honor for his casket as a sign of respect. Some of these included, but not limited to; Bebe Cool, Jose Chameleon, Angela Kalule, Iryn Namubiru, Eddy Kenzo, Sam and Sophie Gombya, and Dr Hilderman. Weasle shared his pain to the crowds, as he had lost not only a friend, but a brother.
Charles Njagua Kanyi aka jaguar, who is a Kenyan singer, and Starehe Constituency Member of Parliament, covered the distance to come and stand with his brothers in mourning. The different musicians also performed, at Kololo, to held people stand strong in these trying times. Like many said; “This radio may be dead, but it’s music still plays, and will forever live on”
Rest in Peace, Soldier.
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