Two weeks ago, we reported that the court case in which Godfrey Wamala a.k.a Troy is accused of killing the late Moses Nakintije Ssekibogo, famously known as Mowzey Radio, would finally find closure on 24th September 2019.

Godfrey Troy Wamala is suspected of killing Mowzey Radio, who died on 1st February 2018 at Case Clinic after a week in intensive care nursing head injuries sustained in a bar fight at the De Bar hangout spot in Entebbe.

Troy allegedly grabbed the singer and beat him up outside the bar before disappearing into hiding in Kyengera until February 4th 2018 when he handed himself in to police after the death of the singer.

Troy who allegedly killed Mowzey Radio

Heading into today, there were reports from members close to Radio’s family saying that they cited foul play in the court case and there was really little hope that it would indeed be closed today.

After the court session presided over by Lady Justice Jane Francis Abodo at the Entebbe Court over two weeks ago, members of Radio’s family cited foul play in the case hearing which they said is biased and turned around to face the direction of people who are not even part of the case.

Radio’s sister, mother, and another member in the family revealed that the witnesses and evidence produced in court was planned and the process seemed already laid out with the end already known to a few.

Today, the case hearing presided over by Chief Magistrate Mary Kaitesi failed to find closure again as one major witness in the case failed to appear in court according to a one Collins Nkwetaga, a coordinator in Mowzey Radio’s team.

The case hearing has been therefore postponed to Friday 27th September 2019 and just like we had anticipated for it to end today, all eyes will be watching to see how Radio’s family, friends and fans will achieve justice for the fallen music icon.

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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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