Entebbe hangout, De-Bar where fallen musician Moses Ssekibogo met his death has reopened.
The reopening of the bar followed negotiations between its owners and Entebbe municipal Council which closed it shortly after the musician’s death.
De Bar’s manager, George Egessa agreed to fulfill the conditions set by the council among which included apologising to the public.
He called a press conference Friday and asked for forgiveness from Radio’s family and the entire music industry.
CCTV cameras were also installed within the bar and its premises.
He added that De Bar will always have a side memorial function in February to remember the life of the fallen singer Mowzey radio.
De Bar was closed by Entebbe Municipal Council early February shortly after Mowzey Radio’s death.
The reason for the closure was because De Bar is where the musician met injuries that led to his death.
He was beaten into coma at De Bar after an altercation with Egesa.
Ten days after the incident, Mowzey Radio passed on in the intensive care unit at Case Hospital in Kampala.