Ugandan musician Radio of the Goodlyfe Crew has been hospitalised after a brawl at the bar, sources say.
Carol Kasujja
Journalist @ New vision
Radio is "currently receiving the best treatment at Case Clinic", a statement on the Goodlyfe Crew's social media page says.


KAMPALA - Ugandan musician Moses Ssekibogo, best known as Mowzey Radio of the Goodlyfe Crew, is "out of coma" at Case Clinic in Kampala after being "involved in an accident", according to his management team.

A statement posted on the Goodlyfe Crew Facebook page Tuesday afternoon said Radio is receiving the "best treatment" at the health facility, where he was admitted.

"The situation is not alarming as being reported on social by some people," the statement, signed off as 'Management', said

"We would like to make it clear that RADIO is getting better and right now is out of comma [sic]. Please disregard all the unneccessary reports going around," it read further.

Reports had circulated on social media that Radio, who sings alongside Douglas Mayanja, aka Weasel, had gotten involved in a brawl, which had reportedly left him in critical condition.

Fellow musician Michael Ross had taken to his Facebook page to urge "all Radio and Weasel fans and wellwishers" to "please say a prayer for our brother Radio who is undergoing surgery after a brawl last [Monday] night".