During the vigil that was held by Singer Radio at his residence in Makindye known as “Nevaland,” the political pundit with a foul mouth did not have positive words to say about Promoter Balaam or President Museveni.
At the vigil, where many people came to pay their final respects to the late singer Mowzey Radio, numerous speakers were given the opportunity to talk about Radio, and Frank Gashumba was one of the many who did so.
As soon as he got the opportunity to speak to the crowd, Gashumba quickly attacked Events promoter Balaam, who was telling the media how president Museveni had contributed 20 million shillings toward the burial arrangements and how the president promised to feed the mourners for three days on porridge and posho. Gashumba had just finished praising Radio for the exceptional and rare talent that the country has ever seen.
“Stop praising Museveni because if he was a great president he would have built several hospitals. Radio could not be moved from Entebbe, where he was beaten, to Kampala city center to look for a good hospital, which is something that led to his death.
“Stop praising Museveni because” “Stop praising Museveni because” “If he was a great president he would have built several hospitals The deaths of AK47, Danz Kumapeesa, and Radio were unexplained. “You should call for security to protect our lives rather than congratulating Museveni for having contributed to the plans for the funeral,” stated the Director of Sisimuka Uganda.
Museveni is a member of the Anglican Church of Uganda and considers himself to be an Anglican.
He has four children with his wife, Janet Kataaha Museveni, whose maiden name was Kainembabazi. They are as follows:
- Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba is a General in the Uganda People’s Defense Forces (UPDF). He was born in 1974 and currently serves in this capacity.
- Natasha Karugire is a fashion designer as well as a consultant. She was born in 1976. Wed to Edwin Karugire as her husband. The Private Secretary for Household Affairs in the Office of the President of Uganda.
- Patience Rwabwogo is a pastor serving at the Covenant Nations Church in Buziga, Kampala. He was born in 1978. Odrek Rwabwogo, her husband, is her husband.
- Diana Kamuntu is a married woman who was born in 1980. Her husband’s name is Geoffrey Kamuntu.
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