Museveni, Maina Kageni, Shaffie Weru and other celebs mourn Radio of Radio and Weasel
Rest in Peace.
Radio was reportedly beaten into a coma by a bouncer after a bar brawl at Freedom Beach, Entebbe and was said to be recovering well before his untimely death this morning.
His death comes about a day after President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda donated 30 Million Ugandan Shillings (KSh 856,863) to aid in his treatment.
Taking to Twitter, Museveni mourned the musician with a post that read "Have been told about the untimely death of musician Moses Ssekibogo aka Mowzey Radio. I had only recently made a financial contribution towards his treatment and hoped he would get better. He was a talented young person with a great future ahead of him. May he rest in peace."
Here are more post from other celebrities:
Avril: RIP Radio. Sing with the angels
Amani: So sad...It was great to have worked with Mozeh(Radio) super talented and smart...R.I.P....may God comfort and grant peace to his family during this difficult time
Willy Paul: Rest in peace my talented brother!!!! @radioandweasel
Jaguar: Farewell Radio. Heartfelt condolences to Radio's family and the People of Uganda. We have lost a brother and a great East African musical ambassador.
Jose Chameleone: Let your light shine on!!!!#Basiima Ogenze KING MOSES.
Maina Kageni: Rest In Peace Radio We Will Miss You.
Shaffie Weru: RIP Mowzey Radio! Gone too SOON!
Chipukeezy: Am getting into Uganda with this Sad news...shine on brother shine on.
Eddy Kenzo: I don't even know what to say, naye kibinyo ekya Radio banange!!! sikyangu kukiriza naye mukama bwasazewo R.I.P Brother fena lyekubo munange Nsaba mukama akusasile ebyakusobako nga omuntu bambi we gona miss you GREATEST STAR OF OUR GENERATION. Prayers 4 you weasel and family
Juliana Kanyomozi: You can’t just leave like this Radio. Why
Sheebah Karungi: GOD Gives...GOD Takes Away...Death Is So Saddening.RIP MOZEY RADIO. My Condolences To You @lilianmbabazi. May God Grant You The Strength To Get Through This Difficult Time
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