The management of Case Hospital has spoken out on the death of singer Moses Ssekibogo,34 also known as Mowzey Radio.
The Neera singer breathed his last on Thursday morning after being admitted on January 23 after being involved in a fight.
Addressing journalists at the hospital, Dr.Miriam Apiyo, the inpatient clinic director at Case hospital said that on admission from Nsambya hospital, he was examined and found out that he was bleeding in the brain and put on life support
” The scan confirmed the bleeding in the brain and a surgery was made to remove the clot,”Dr.Apiyo said.
Its is said that before the surgery, Radio’s brain had alot of pressure that they worked tirelessly to reduce.
According to the medics from Case Hospital, the singer responded well to the treatment prompting them to remove him from the life support machine but his condition deteriorated on Saturday.
“We put him back to the life support machine but his major problem was convulsions.”
The Ugandan vocalist was however pronounced dead on Thursday morning.
Music promoter Balaam Barugahara said that at around 6am, he received a call announcing the singer’s death but couldn’t believe it.
“I asked the doctors to put him back on the life support machine for second time but at around 6:45am was told nothing more could be done,”Barugahara said.
According to the music promoter, the deceased’s body is to be taken to the city mortuary as directed by police to make a postmortem report before being returned to spend a night at their Neverland home in Makindye.
“There will be a requiem mass on Friday before the body is taken for a night vigil at National theatre, “he said.
Mowzey Radio’s body will be laid to rest on Saturday at Kaga, Nakawuka in Wakiso district.