Fans, fellow musicians react to Mowzey Radio’s death

Kenneth Kazibwe

Kenneth Kazibwe

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Ugandans have taken to social media to mourn the death of singer Moses Ssekibogo also known as Mowzey Radio.

Mowzey Radio breathed his last on Thursday morning after being admitted at Case hospital two weeks ago.

‘I give you this day Lord, Show me mercy, Walk with me,’ Radio’s final words to God

The vocalist’s fans and other music lovers have taken to social media reminiscing the last moments they had with the fallen singer before praising him.

“I met Radio through a friend in 2008 before the birth of Good Lyfe. Life is too short,” said one Badru Afunah on his facebook page.

“Those 10 years worth of beautiful memories will hardly be forgotten.”

President Museveni also joined the list of fans to commiserate the death of the talented singer who also canvassed for him votes during the 2016 general elections.

“He was a talented young person with a great future ahead of him. May his soul rest in peace,” Museveni said on his twitter account.

The head of state a few days ago contributed thirty million shillings for treatment of the singer at Case Hospital.

Radio guru Hebert Kyewalyanga also known as Herbbie K described the deceased singer as a music general who will be dearly missed.

“It has been hard for me to post anything about the general missing in action. The radio has gone silent,” the Metro FM programs director posted.

Media and marketing guru Aldrine Nsubuga mourned Radio’s death as a great loss to the music industry and country at large.

“He was an icon of his generation and no doubt he was the best among his peers.”

Musicians mourn Radio
Fellow musicians also mourned the death of the music icon who was described an irreplaceable figure.
‘’You can’t just leave like that Radio,”posted Juliana Kanyomozi on his facebook page.
Sheebah Kalungi posted, “God gives, God takes away.Death is so saddening.”
Leone Island boss and also Mowzey Readio’s mentor described the deceased as a music king whose legacy will live on.
“Let your light shine on. Basiima Ogenze.”
Following a fight in a bar along Entebbe road, Mowzey Radio was beaten before being rushed to hospital.
According to Dr.Miriam Apiyo, the inpatient director at Case Hospital, on carrying out a scan on the singer’s head, it was found out that he had got a clot following a bleeding in the brain.

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