Police has deployed at the home of the late singer Mowzey Radio originally known as Moses Ssekibogo following threats to his mother Jane Kasubo to release his property.
Ms Kasubo who is now occupying the home in Nakawuka, Entebbe, built by her deceased son, filed a complaint at Entebbe Police Station claiming she had received death threats and orders to move the body of the deceased from where it was buried and have Radio’s property distributed equally among certain people and her.
According to Ms Kasubo, the threats are in form of calls from someone claiming to be the deceased’s father. Among the property in contention is the house in Nakawuka occupied by Kasubo, the home of Goodlyf crew in Makindye, a house still under construction in Entebbe and a number of undisclosed property owned by the deceased.
Luke Owoyesigyire, the Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, says police deployed at Kasubo’s home on Tuesday to protect her against those making the death threats.
Owoyesigyire says once they apprehended those behind the threats, they will be arraigned before the courts of law for prosecution.