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They want to kill me, says Eddy Kenzo

Ugandan singer Eddy Kenzo. PHOTO/FILE

Celebrated Ugandan music icon Eddy Kenzo Monday claimed unknown people were targeting his life.

“The things you see online don’t stop there. There are a lot of people being paid to kill me,” Kenzo told a press conference in Kampala, two days after his mega-crowd drawing carnival in Uganda’s capital.

On Monday, Kenzo also came up firing against political opinion that tainted the last days leading to his successful star-studded festival at the historic Kololo Independence Grounds on Saturday.

“I have never woken up and said I support this one so you can’t tell me that don’t support somebody because of their color,” Kenzo said.

He added: “Those that go in the diaspora are the ones depriving us of our freedom.”

In his latest episode of explosion against political attacks, Kenzo broke down at Protea Hotel in a room packed by mainly entertainment journalists.

The 2015 BET award-wining artiste who rose from poverty to capture the global stage is now appealing to Ugandans to “pray for him” emphasizing that he is “not sure if he will see tomorrow.”

“Let me say these things when I’m still alive,” Kenzo emphasized

Kenzo also promised to talk to controversy-prone Ugandan artiste Big Eye whose ‘indiscipline’ led to an on-stage confrontation during Saturday’s event.

“If somebody tells you to perform one or two songs, do that and go. He [Big Eye] did bad to fight in front of the Prime Minister [Robinah Nabbanja],” the Big Talent founder remarked at the press briefing initially organized to thank his fans.


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