Moze Radio's Mausoleum to turn into a tourist site
January 11, 2020 2:59 AM @ugandaonline
Mowzey Radio's fans will in three weeks time be able to visit his grave after the family opens it to the public. His personal belongings will also be displayed and on the wall, a flat screen playing the singer's music videos back to back will be some of the things to look out for as his anniversary is celebrated...
Mowzey Radio's grave site to become a tourist site
It is exactly three weeks to mark two years from the time star singer Moze Radio died following a bar brawl.
The mausoleum containing the body of Moze Radio will on 01.February.2020 be opened to tourists, fans and others who wish to connect with the works of the singer ranging from his music, personal belongings especially clothes that he wore in his last years.
The family has requested all fans and friends to forward pics that were taken with Moze Radio, they will be displayed in a certain slot in the Mausoleum and they warn that this could be the biggest tourist site in the country.
Moze Radio's grave also has most of his hit songs displayed on the tombstone.
The Mausoleum was paid for by socialite Bryan White, who also completed the house where Moze Radio's mom currently stays.
Godfrey Wamala aka Troy, the man who was arrested in connection to the singer's death was sentenced to 14 years in prison for manslaughter and not murder which he had been charged with.
Some of the songs that are displayed on the tombstone include;
Zuena, Nakutamani, Akalimu, Hellena, Whistle Song, She's a five star gal, Tononya, Hamidah, Gutamiza, Potential, Talk and Talk and Nyambura among others.
The fans will however leave some nominal fee that will be used to take care of the mausoleum.
"As a family, we've decided that 01.Feb.2020, all are free to come and pay their respects to the fallen singer. Moze told us to rejoice not to be sad. It was not possible after he had passed, but we are now going to be able to do so together with his fans."
"Corporate companies, friends to Moze Radio and all those that he worked with, artists are all invited," Frank Sekibogo said.
Weasel performing during the Mowzey Radio tribute concert