Pictorial: How Corporate Companies Mourned Mowzey Radio



The body of Musician Moses Ssekibogo, alias Mowzey Radio has arrived in Kagga village in Nakawuka, Wakiso district where he will be be buried later today.

Ssekibogo died on Thursday, February 1, at Case Hospital in Kampala, where he had been admitted after suffering head injuries during a fight in bar. The brawl occurred at De Bar in Entebbe, on the night of January 22.

His burial today will be a climax to several events held to honour the 35-year-old artiste whose music has appealed to the youth and graced Uganda's airwaves for the last 10 years. A requiem mass was held on Friday at Rubaga Cathedral, followed by public viewing of the body at Kololo Independence Grounds that went on into the night.

Several Corporate companies and organisations in the country have also designed and printed posters to eulogise the talented musician. 

Many like Barclays Bank made an illustration of Mowzey's hand bands with writings "Number one in our hearts, Rest In Peace RIP." Radio's hands were always full of bracelets.

The Uganda Police Force also said they stand with the family, friends and the music fraternity that are currently mourning the deceased. An image of Mowzey Radio is on their social media pages with inscription "RIP".

Uganda Electricity Generation company and Movit company also had Radio's songs listed on their images in celebration of the deceased.

Others with special messages are Uganda Waragi, Uganda Media Centre, UMEME, MTN, Onduparaka Football Club, the National Resistance Movement, Stanbic Bank and Radio City among others.

Radio who was born in 1983 is to be buried today at 4:00pm at Kaga in Wakiso district.

Uganda Radio Network brings you a collection of the corporate images eulogising the fallen musician.


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Alex Otto
“Journalism that changes lives is my goal,” Alex Otto has said on more than one occasion. That is his career’s guiding principle. Has been since he was a radio journalist in the northern Ugandan town of Gulu in 2009.

Otto passionately believes his journalism should bring to the fore the voices of the voiceless like the shooting victims of Apaa. Otto tries in his journalism to ask tough questions to those in positions of authority.

Based in the Kampala bureau, Otto is especially interested in covering agriculture, politics, education, human rights, crime, environment and business. He has reported intensively on the post-conflict situation in northern Uganda.

A URN staff member since 2014, Otto previously worked with The Observer Newspaper from 2012 to 2013 and later the Institute for War and Peace Reporting IWPR based in Gulu.

He was the URN Gulu bureau chief 2014-2016.