Fans flock Kagga as late singer Mowzey Radio is remembered
February 02, 2020 11:50 AM @ugandaonline
It is two years from the time Mowzey Radio met his death, the Minister of Tourism confirmed that the Mausoleum where the singer was buried will be turned into a top tourist site
Weasel is seen seated on Mowzey Radio's grave. Inset is Lillian Mbabazi's children with the late singer laying the wreath on Papa's grave!!
Yesterday, all roads led to Kagga where Moses Nakitinje Ssekibogo aka Mowzey Radio was buried two years back.
Among those present was his Caucasian baby mama who came with Mowzey's son and of course singer Lilian Mbabazi.
"It is 2 years since Papa Asante left this world... We went to visit him, pray for him and also check on Jjaja. We truly miss you," Lillian Mbabazi noted.
"His mother, Jane Kasubo was so grateful to all those that had been there for them in the last two years, though she adds that slay queens out there continue to bring her children claiming Mowzey Radio was their biological father.
The Minister of state for Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities Hon Godfrey Kiwanda Ssubi promised that Mowzey Radio's burial grounds will be elevated to that standards of a top tourist site where one can listen to his music among others.
The minister also added that plans were underway at the Uganda Museum to recognize all top artists.
Fans, friends and relatives were seen dancing to Moze Radio's songs to celebrate the day. They also visited the mausoleum. Weasel is seen paying respects to his buddy who had turned out to be his brother.
Others that attended were Pallaso Kent and Flosso, Spice Diana who still had fond memories of the star from their Chuma video shoot which was Mowzey Radio's last musical project.
Weasel, Spice Diana and Chagga clad in Mowzey's regalia
"Radio's music touched many lives, he was God sent," Chagga, who discovered the singer said.
Jan 25 was his birthday and this was Lilian Mbabazi's birthday message:
"Happy birthday, baby. We miss you so much. Words can’t explain..."
Mowzey met his death on Feb 1 so for that entire week, all hangout spots, TVs and FM Radio stations were playing his music in rotation as a way of remembering the musical legend.