Ganja Nana & MC Norman filled with sorrow after their mother’s death
Ugandan entertainers Ganja Nana and MC Norman are sorrowful after the sudden death of their mother.
Miss Rosette Nabasirye, the mother to the two entertainers Ganja Nana and MC Norman suddenly lost her life to the ghost on 5th June which has left the two boys devasted at the tragic happening.
This tragic piece of information was shared by MC Norman on his social media platform in which he pleads with his mother to come back but it was unfortunately too late, here is his anguish filled message;
“Mum you’re lying, I will get you soon. Come back mow or I will get you my queen, come now now, come home.”
The two, have been born and raised in a music filled family as they watched the Afrigo band all their lives seeing as they were born to legendary Afrigo band member Eddy Ganja and his lovely wife, now late, Rosette Nabirye.
Ganja Nana is known for some of his songs that he has produced over the years which include Gwe Aliko, Mbikoye, Njakugazina, So Beautiful that he did with singer King Saha among many other melodious tunes.
His brother MC Norman on the other hand has made his relevance in the Ugandan music industry although he is based is South Africa through the genres of Ragga, Dancehall and Reggae.
Some of his famous hits include Mporo Mporo which he did with Siziwe Ngema, Tonight with Pallaso, Mulongo, Perfect Remedy with singer Peter Miles and many other hits that are usually busting out of speakers.
MC Norman is also close to NUP President Bobi Wine and this has only intensified his fame among the people since many of the youth usually love anyone affiliated with the former Kyadondo East legislator.
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Right after he shared the information, social media in laws poured in with messages of condolences to strengthen the family at such a trying time. We pray to the Almighty to strengthen them.