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Museveni Pays Shs30m for Radio’s treatment

Tubonga Nawe Launch

President Museveni with the artistes during the launch of the Tubonga Nawe project in late 2015. COURTESY PHOTO

As the adage goes; Scratch my back, I scratch yours, Mowzey Radio alongside his singing partner Weasel were part of the Tubonga Nawe project that saw President Museveni reinstated to power in 2016.

Yesterday, the President also showed his support to the Goodlyf by donating shs30m towards the treatment of Radio who has been admitted at Case Clinic for a week.

Balaam Barugahara, an events promoter confirmed the donation through a post on his Facebook page.

“Thank you Mr President YK Museveni for the financial contribution of Shs30m to Case Hospital to cater for part of Mowzey Radio’s medical bill. We are proud to have you as a father of our country, long live,” read part of the post.

“Thank you for listening and reacting to the request made to you by Balaam Barugahara, Bebe cool, Gudlyfe management Team and Cathy Kusasira. Gwe asinga. Thank you on behalf of entertainment industry, friends and Mowzey Radio family,” he added.

On Friday last week, Socialite Brian White paid Shs25m towards Radio’s treatment and further gave the management of the hospital 5million for their efforts in treating Radio.

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