Last week, Edrisa Musuuza popularly known as Eddy Kenzo’s staunch fans printed posters that they shared on social media asking the Ugandan government to airlift the singer back home. Ever since the lockdown was put in place, Kenzo has sent out several messages through his social media platforms indicating that he wants to come back home as he was not okay being locked out of his county in these trying times of coronavirus.
However, all this seems to have changed after the singer has come out to reveal that he is very comfortable in Ivory Coast and doesn’t care whether lockdown in Uganda is lifted or not.
According to the Big Talent Entertainment C.E.O, Ivory Coast has now become his home having been stuck there for over a month after Uganda banned flights in and out of the country due to COVID-19.
The singer who has decided to practice what he preached in his ‘Tweyagale’ song as he took to his social media accounts on Tuesday morning to reveal how he has turned lemon into lemonade while on his stay in the West African country.
“Life bwekuwa lemon okola lemonade. Nasalowo kwerabira nti siriwaka ekyo nakivako era kati, Abidjan is my home. Oba locked down elikoma oba neda I don’t mind nze kati ndi weno Ivory coast my new home.
I got used and I think you can see my pictures I look more relaxed now and I’m happy to be here. I love the people of Cote d’ivoire they made me feel at home God bless them,” he posted on his social media pages.
It is not certain yet if the singer is tired of pleading with the government to bring him back home or if he has just lost hope in returning to Uganda until the fight against the virus is over.