While speaking on Pearl FM on Tuesday evening, Sheikh Nuuhu Muzaata apologetically asked to have a meeting, to sit and have a chat with Edrisa Musuuza a.k.a Eddy Kenzo to sort out their misunderstandings.
For the longest period in both their lives, Eddy Kenzo and Sheikh Muzaata have been at loggerheads over the latter’s statements which he made during Rema Namakula and Dr. Hamza Ssebunya’s Kukyala ceremony.
In one clip that circulated on social media, the Muslim cleric suggestively told the singer to go and marry his mother and in another, he allegedly accused him of being a homosexual.
Since then, Kenzo has been spewing venom on his social media accounts, promising to cancel his international music tour and return just to face the Muslim leader and sort their differences with a demonstration.
On Tuesday afternoon, Kenzo, through a Facebook live video, revealed that he was set to return on 22nd October and to march to Kibuli Mosque in a peaceful demonstration against Muzaata’s continued ‘foul language’.
That same evening, Muzaata was hosted on a talk show on Pearl FM where he revealed that he is not really scared of the threats being sent out on social media because he has been through so much already.
He however agreed to Kenzo’s pleas to meet and talk in efforts to sort out their differences. This has been a prayer for many who have watched videos of Kenzo tearfully expressing himself as per the issue.
We have to meet with Edirisa and talk to end all this. Petty fights on Facebook won’t stop because I’m not scared of social media abuses. I have had a lot of threats before.
Rema is a sister and a daughter because I knew her mother Naboosa Hamida who was a namesake of my mother’s, Nalunkuma Hamida. The same applies to Edirisa. What we have to do to is meet and talk with Edirisa after all they are both Muslims.
We as leaders will keep correcting them where they go wrong. Rema and Kenzo are in the same age limit with my children so you cannot zip my mouth.Sheikh Nuuhu Muzaata Batte