Uganda to Pray for the Late Radio Mowzey and AK47
Uganda is set to remember the souls of the departed strong men of Uganda’s music industry. And as you read this, there is a prayer event that has been organized to specifically remember the lives of the late singer and vocalist Ssekibogo Moses aka Radio Mowzey and Dancehall King Emmanuel Mayanja aka AK47.
This prayer even is themed “Praying for Mowzey Radio and AK47” that is slated to take place on the 14th of March this year 2021. It will happen from St Matia Mulumba Church that is located on Kampala road. We are reliably informed that, this event is organized by the Mayanja family. Everyone has been invited to attend and send their prayers to the souls of the departed singers.
On the same note, it is being known to Times Uganda through our Times cops that, this prayer day is to help fans of the late singers meet and remember the lost talents. This is expected to be a prayer mass of it’s kind and it is set to see things fall apart again and fresh in people’s hearts, as they believe the dead continue to rest peacefully.
There are a few things that are common and connecting in the deaths of the two singers that are;
The two singer died from injuries sustained from sad events that happened from bars, and the two are connected under the Mayanja family.
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Remember, Radio Mowzey died from Case clinic after days of being admitted there after he was involved in a nasty bar brawl. This left him with a cracked skull and he was admitted until he died on 1st February 2018.
Radio Mowzey was a singer in Goodlyf crew which has Weasel Manizo left in it, he was a song writer, vocalist and singer. He did all genres of music stretching from RnB to Reggae. He wrote many songs for artistes like Mesach Ssemakula, Juliana Kanyomozi and more.
AK47, similarly died at Nsambya hospital shortly after allegedly falling down in the toilets of Dejavu bar in Kansanga on 16th March 2015 aged 24 years. This was owned by his then boss, Jeff Kiwanuka of Team No Sleep record label. May their souls continue to rest peacefully.