Bobi Wine pays tribute to Radio from America


Singing MP Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine who is currently in America has paid a glowing tribute to deceased Goodlyfe Crew musician Mozwey Radio.

Radio’s birthday was Friday but government blocked his former companion Douglas Mayanja aka Weasel Manizo from releasing a tribute “Moses The Great” album in remembrance of the star. He would have made 34 years.

Born Moses Nakintije Ssekibogo on January 25, 1985, Radio died February 1, 2018 at Case Medical Centre in Kampala and was buried on February 3, 2018.

Bobi Wine’s tribute

“It is also a few days to 1st February, the day the soldier left us one year ago. The grief, pain and great sense of loss have never left us,” Bobi Wine wrote in his tribute.


“What encourages us is the hope that he is in a better place, smiling upon us and singing with angels in eternal glory. May you continue resting in peace brother. And may God continue to strengthen your family and loved ones.”

Bobi Wine said he cannot imagine how else they have gone through this year, “except for God who never leaves us, nor forsakes us in times of great trouble”.

In paying tribute to Radio, Bobi Wine shared “Somesa_Egwanga”, a song the late did with Weasel.

The late Mowzey Radio

In this song, with his angelic voice, Radio passionately sings about the value of educating young people as the foundation for building the nation.

“A powerful message wrapped in a beautiful melody. This is what we call #edutainment in the ghetto,” Bobi Wien explained.

“Whenever I listen to this song, it captures my whole being, and paints a picture of what we can achieve if we made every effort to educate our nation, with the right kind of education.”

He added: “I love almost every song #Mowzey did, but this remains my best. The best gift we can give to him in his absence is to put this message into practice. May God bless his soul.”

Washington tour

Bobi Wine is currently in Washington District of Colombia in America.

According to his programme, Bobi Wine is today meeting with Ugandans living and working in Washington DC and other places in the U.S.

“Friends and allies from other countries also welcome. Let’s catch up, catch a Ugandan vibe and have a chat about the future of our country,” he said.



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