Eddy Kenzo has desisted from laying low and keeping quiet yet Uganda is not at peace anymore. The singer has vowed to use peaceful means to pass on his message and urges fellow youths to join him in the struggle.

Over the weekend, Eddy Kenzo narrowly survived being arrested by the Police who claim he incited crowds with political slogans during his performance at Gravity Omutujju’s ‘Embuzzi Zakutudde’ concert on Friday at Lugogo Cricket Oval.

The Big Talent Entertainment CEO is back to respond to sections from the public who pinned him for his involvement in the current political situation in Uganda. He says he will not be intimidated to keep quiet yet the country is going through rough patches.

In the video that he posted on his social media platforms, Kenzo says that the increasing level of deaths in Uganda is alarming and him as a leading artiste can use his voice to help the youths understand that they can effect change without necessarily using violent means.

He says that he cannot beat around the bush because he stands for the truth and he used the opportunity at Gravity’s concert to ask the youth to stay away from riots in order to avoid death because they are part of his fan base and he does have an attachment to them.

Kenzo also disclaims people from calling him a politician saying that he is just like any ordinary Ugandan but with a bigger voice and influence trying whatever is within his powers to make positive change.

Listen to more of what he had to say below;

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Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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