Moses Ssekibogo, better known by his stage name Mowzey Radio, was laid to rest today at Nakawuku, which is located on the road leading from Kampala to Entebbe.
The burial site for the cherished vocalist was shaken up by the commotion, and several people were hurt as a result.
When money was tossed into the grave, that’s when all the excitement began. A number of the mourners made an attempt to grab the money that was being tossed at them.
At this moment, law enforcement officers were attempting to bring order to the chaos, but some of them were assaulted by unknown thugs.
One police officer who was armed passed out as a result of being assaulted to the point that he was unable to understand what was going on around him.
When the police officer got up from the ground, he grabbed his weapon, staggered, and supported himself on a motorcycle that had been parked nearby.
Mourners flee in every direction, stepping on one other and injuring others as they do so.
It appeared as though the renowned Kifeesi gang had sprung into action, beating up mourners who were unaware of their presence and snatching their stuff, including wallets, phones, and other items.
The disorder persisted for a while, and eventually people dispersed in all different ways, before the peace was finally restored.
Mowzey, who passed away in the wee hours of the morning on February 1st, 2018, has caused a lot of people to cry. After he passed away at Case Hospital in Kampala, his body was transferred on the same day to the city mortuary for an autopsy to be performed.
After after, he was transported to his residence in Neverland Makindye for the Vigil. The following day, a Mass was held at Rubaga Cathedral, and Radio’s body was brought to the Kololo Independence grounds so that it could be viewed by the people.
Many musicians and admirers came to pay their respects at this venue during the course of a whole night by performing a concert in memory of the late singer. Today, funeral services were held in the residence he shared with his family.
On Friday, hundreds of mourners gathered at Rubaga Cathedral to pay their respects to the recently deceased member of the Goodlyfe Crew, musician Mowzey Radio.
Radio, a musician who performed with his boyfriend Douglas Mayanja, also known as Weasel, passed away on Thursday morning at Case Hospital. A fight that took place at a pub in Entebbe on January 22 left Radio with injuries, and he was being treated at Case for those injuries.
URN was present at Rubaga and provides you images to accompany the tale.
Mowzey Radio Bio
Moses Nakintije Ssekibogo was a Ugandan artist. He was born on January 25, 1985 and passed away on February 1, 2018. In addition to his stage name Mowzey Radio, he was also known as Moses Radio. Together with Jose Chameleone’s brother Weasel Manizo, he was one of the most prominent performers for the Ugandan music group Goodlyfe Crew (real name Douglas Sseguya).
Moses Radio was born and raised in the Jinja District of the Busoga Sub region. He received his primary education at Kibuye Primary school in Makindye. After that, he attended Holy Cross Lake View Jinja for his O-Levels.
After that, he attended Kiira College Butiki for his A-Levels. Finally, he attended Makerere University, where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Community Sociology in 2005.
Before joining the Leone Island Music Empire in 2005, Radio released his first solo song in 2004, titled “Tujja Kuba Wamu.” At the time, he was still a student at Makerere University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology.
Radio passed away on February 1, 2018, in the Case Clinic in Kampala, Uganda, from a blood clot in his brain that he had sustained in a bar fight a few days before in Entebbe.His final resting place was at Nakawuka, which is located in the Wakiso District.
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