P-Square brothers pay tribute to late Ugandan singer, Mowzey Radio


Brothers and members of defunct P-Square music duo, Paul and Peter Okoye, have paid tributes to Ugandan singer, Moses Ssekibogo better known as Mowzey Radio, who died on Thursday.

The reggae artiste died at the age of 33 after being beaten into a coma at a local hangout in Entebbe, Uganda on January 22, 2018.

The attack left him with serious head injuries that required a brain surgery at Case Hospital in Kampala, Uganda.

Shocked fans all over Africa and beyond have been paying tributes.

The Okoye brothers did theirs on their respective Instagram handles.

Rip radio 💔( Ugandans best vocalist)

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Uganda’s President, Yoweri Museveni, who donated some funds for the treatment of Mowzey Radio was among the first set of individuals to mourn him.

Reports stated that Mowzey Radio’s body was transferred to Mulago Mortuary for post-mortem amidst tight security.

He will be buried on Saturday, February 3, at Kaga Nakawuka in Uganda.