Sadly, these now remain unattended to two years after his death with the structures in a sorry state.
Mowzey Radio died of his injuries at Case Hospital in Kampala on February 1, 2018, after a brawl at De Bar, a popular hangout in Entebbe Town.
His suspected killer, Godfrey Wamala alias Troy was arrested while in hiding in Kyengera, along the Kampala- Masaka Highway.
Troy was in October this year sentenced to 13 years imprisonment by the High Court in Entebbe.
Now the NBS UNCUT team visited the structure in a bid on check on the progress of the apartments only to find them in a sorry state with neighbours saying that the structures might collapse any time soon due to the water that has started to weaken the walls.
One of the neighbours only identified as Musisi said that ever since Radio’s death, no one has ever made contact or effort to make sure that the house is completed.
Musisi said that he worked on the site as a store keeper and he is now worried if he will ever be compensated for his labour.
“I used to work as a store keeper on this site. Radio would visit us almost every day except on days when he wasn’t in Kampala. Ever since his demise, no family member has ever made any effort to see that this house gets completed and now the structures are about to fall in,” Musisi said.
Musisi says that what was an apartment on the rise is now a habitat for criminal gangs who terrorize Entebbe dwellers. He calls upon family and friends of Radio to attend to the house as soon as possible.
Another neighbour, who’s name wasn’t captured said that they now live in fear of the building falling in anytime from now if not attended to.
They called upon the government, family and friends of Radio to do something about its current situation.