RIP Moses Ssekibogo aka Moze Radio.

Moses Nakintijje Sekiboga aka Mowzey Radio has today been laid to rest at his Nakawuka on Kampala Entebbe highway by thousands of people following his death at cases hospital.
The music giant is reportedly to have succumbed to major injuries on his brain after being beaten by a bouncer at the De Bar in Entebbe where he had gone to meet one Pamela who was managing his construction site.
Radio was rushed to Nansabya hospital which deferred them to another healthy facility due to his deteriorating condition.
He was admitted to Case Hospital where he almost spent two weeks before he died.
Since his death thousands of people thronging several places where the body was taken for public vigil with the climax yesterday at Kololo Independence grounds where the body and mammoth crowds gathered until morning to bid him a befitting farewell.
At his sendoff Joseph Mayanja aka Jose chameleon vowed to wage a war against anyone who will intends to attack any artist following mysterious killings of musicians.
‘’We are tired of losing our colleagues under such circumstances, this has become ‘a war’, we are tired of this, enough is enough, anyone who crosses us again, we shall also burry him’’.
Lillian Mbabazi.
Musician and also Radio’s girlfriend Lillian Mbabazi with who they have two children Said ‘’I don’t know where to start, we have lost a friend, a father and one of the best musicians, You have left a big hole and I don’t know who will fill it’’
However music artist and a legislator from Kenyan Parliament Charles Njagua Kanyi aka Jaguar said “I have seen people on social media saying Weasel without Radio, there is no Good life, I want to tell you that this is a new beginning and the music you did with Radio will never die’’
He extended his condolences to the family and friends of Mowzey Radio asserting that today is a sad day for Africa, ‘’we have lost a beloved music icon and a legend’’ he added.
Musician Juliana kanyomozi
‘’You said we don’t cry, we are sorry we will cry, you wrote a lot of good songs to me, My condolences to mummy, I have gone through the same, God will be by your side’’.
Muhoozi kainerugaba
The first son and Senior Presidential Advisor on Special Operations to the president, Muhoozi Kainerugaba In his condolence message read by Balaam Barugahara, Muhoozi Kainerugaba said the circumstances involving radio’s death are annoying.

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