Veteran singer and manager, Geoffrey Kyagambidwa a.k.a Chagga was the first of the seven artistes summoned by CID to be grilled over the illegal reproduction, release, and sale of Mowzey Radio’s music.

The former Leone Island singer went to CID headquarters in Kibuli immediately after learning of the summons which were effected by Radio’s mother Ms Jane Kasubo on Thursday.

Chagga arrived at CID at 10am on Friday and it is reported that he was involved in a heated meeting with the officials for over five hours. He is said to have revealed ‘wanted information’ about the issues at hand.

He has given important leads that can help us in investigations. There was information we wanted and he gave us what we needed. We let him to go unconditionally.

Mr Vincent Ssekatte | CID Spokesperson
Good Old Days: The late Mowzey Radio, Chagga and Weasel.

In her statement, Ms Kasubo revealed that Radio had registered Angel Music Limited as a personal music company with intentions to launch it ahead of his destined solo career.

Weasel, the other artiste of the seven that were initially summoned, is said to have also appeared on Saturday to respond to the allegations.

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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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