Radio Left Behind Land For Family – Weasel Says Despite Deceased’s Mother Alleging Otherwise

Radio and Weasel. / Courtesy

Someone is apparently trying to steal land that belonged to the late Moses Ssekibogo alias Mowzey Radio, his musical partner Douglas Mayanja aka Weasel has alleged.

Speaking to Galaxy FM in Kampala, Weasel said that the deceased left behind a piece of land for his family in Busabala but an unidentified individual has fenced it off.

“My late brother has land in Busabala but someone is trying to sell it off because they have already barricaded it,” he said.

The Ugandan artist has vowed to secure the land for Radio’s children. He is survived by three children and two wives.

But according to his mother Kasuubo Jane, the deceased did not leave behind any property.

Marking one year since his departure, Ms Kasuubo noted that the only thing he left behind for his kids was his music.

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“Ssekibogo used to be our sole bread provider that’s why his death hit me so hard. His children are no longer going to school because of lack of school fees, is siblings are also seated home doing nothing because Moses didn’t leave us any possessions, not any buildings but only his songs. We hope to get some money when his songs are released and hopefully it helps,” she told a local radio station on February 1.

He was the sole bread winner in a family of five children.

At the time of his death he was yet to complete building a home for his family which was fortunately completed by a city tycoon, Bryan White.

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