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Musician Mowzey Radio dead

RIP: Mowzey Radio

Popular Ugandan musician Mowzey Radio is dead. Radio, aka Moses Ssekibogo's death was announced this morning by the musician's promoter Balaam Barugarhara on his Facebook wall.

Radio has been receiving treatment at Case clinic for injuries he received in a bar altercation along Entebbe road on Monday, January 22, 2018. 

Radio's death was later confirmed by Case clinic in a press statement.

"The management of Case hospital regret to announce the passing of Moses Ssekibogo alias Moze Radio today 1st February 2018 at 6.00am. There will be a press conference at 11am at the Case Hospital board room on the 7th floor."

Radio was part of the very popular music duo Goodlyfe Crew with partner Douglas Mayanja (stage name Weasel). Radio's death comes two years after the death of Weasel's brother Emmanuel Mayanja (stage name AK-47) in similar circumstances on March 16. 2015.  

Radio and Weasel, as the duo were known to their fans, came first came to public notice as back up musicians for Weasel's elder brother Joseph Mayanja (stage name Jose Chameleone). The musicians soon broke away to sing independently. 

As the Goodlyfe Crew, the singers released a string of hit songs that included Bread & Butter, Nakudata, Ability, Kuku, Nyumbani, and Sitani. The singers recently celebrated ten years of their music partnership despite persistent reports that the duo was on the verge of breaking up. 

Mowzey Radio was 33 years old. 

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Comments

+4 #11 Wooden K. 2018-02-01 14:12
Hello Uganda, here we go again !
this one is dead ; but are we going to save the next one is the question .

Why is there no urgency to curbe drug abuse among our youths ?

Why is Uganda the only shithole where bars and night shitholeclubs are open all day and all night ?

What is the narcotics policy in Uganda ?

When H.E, SuperGlue Ndiwulira hosted these young artistis to sing for him , didn`t know that most of them are drug addicts ?

What advice did he give them ?

No no no, WE must stop crying and start asking hard questions.

The shithole is going down
RIP !!!!
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+3 #12 Joseph Okiria 2018-02-01 14:16
Big Music Weapon! dear Moze we really love you , miss you and in a nut shell, we shall never forget you. May your soul rest in peace.
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+2 #13 Bangi Maggie 2018-02-01 16:05
I think this industry of Bouncer's has to be regulated and be trained, first they need to be vetted with a good recommendation from the village you grew from.

That's what's going to help to get this criminal's out of going to this kind of job to exercise there excessive energy to this so called young artists.

They need to be getting a pin number plus being monitored every year to get a certificate to allow to be a bouncer. Normally in Uk they have a badge which has a number as an indentifiction.
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-2 #14 Kamudingisa 2018-02-01 20:11
Mowzey, "eddobozi linyonyogera" so you sung. Your voice will always tickle us. Fare thee well, Mowzey Radio. You were more than a radio!

My prayer is that the angels do beckon thee to sing with them. You did so much in such a short time, feats that take many years than you lived for many men and women to achieve.

There is Someone I know who lived 33 years on this earth as you did. May He welcome you by his side and have you sing in the Lord's Choir.
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