Washington appears in court over the death of Moses Radio


By Musa Ssemwanga

The trial of Godfrey Wamala alias Troy, who is accused of killing former Ugandan singer Moses Ssekibogo popularly known as Mowzey Radio resumed on Thursday September 5, 2019.

A High Court session in Entebbe was presided over by Lady Justice Jane Francis Abodo in the presence of the late’s relatives, friends and fans.

Mowzey Radio died of head injuries at Case Hospital in Kampala on February 1, 2018, after a brawl at De Bar, a popular hangout in Entebbe Town, Wakiso District on January 22, 2018.

After his death, Radio’s family raised concern about his sudden death, which prompted the Police to conduct thorough investigations which led to arrests.

Those arrested included Pamela Musimire who was with Radio at the time of his death and Troy Wamala.

Last year, prosecution alleged that on January 22, 2018, Wamala was seen with Radio at the De bar drinking, before a scuffle between the singer and other people ensued

For the first time, David Ebanget aka Washington who was also at the scene of Radio’s death appeared in court.

He took to the stand as a state witness to testify against Troy Wamala who he accused of manhandling Radio hence his sudden death.

“He is the gentleman who took my brother Mowzey Radio’s life. I know him by face and name, he is called Troy. I knew Sekibogo Moses for 10 years, he is with God,” Mr Ebanget told court.

Washington was also joined in court by other key witnesses who included Pamera Musimire, Hasan Muwonge and Justin Nsimire.


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