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I was poisoned- Adam Mulwana revealed months before his death

 

 

Adam Mulwana, the voice behind the popular Toka Kwa Balabala’, a campaign song that former presidential candidate, Dr Kizza Besigye used as he canvassed for votes in 2010 and 2011 died Tuesday after a sudden illness.

Months before his demise the 36-year-old the political activist had revealed that he was poisoned by a certain lady who pretended to be his fan.

In one of the interviews with a vlogger, Mulwana narrated how he got in contact with the said woman and how she poisoned him.

“There is a woman who poisoned me. She pretended that she was my fan from Boston, America and that she had been supporting my music for a very long time. She wanted to come back but didn’t have the necessary papers and when she returned she gave me a call wanting to meet me,” Mulwana recounted in a video recording obtained by this reporter.

 

He reportedly met her at a cafeteria in Makindye, a Kampala suburb where she had been waiting for him in company of two kids.

 

“I met them at this particular place with the children. They had ordered a pizza and had already eaten two pieces off it. Three were remaining. She told me to eat but I was reluctant at first because during that time, I was trying lose weight. I sent for juice but she insisted that I eat the pizza. I ordered another one to take home for my family. I ate a piece but just when I was about to finish it, one of the kids she was with grabbed a remaining piece. She slapped the kid and told him how he had already eaten and took the remaining pieces, folded them in a paper and put them in her bag,” he added.

After the meeting she gave him $300 as a token of appreciation.

“It was after some time that I remembered all that. She was a Rwandan woman, tall and brown. I also think the children were not hers even.  She must have been sent by someone,” he narrated.

In 2011, Mulwana who described himself as “a paid member of Cream production” started recording songs, specialising in a genre he terms as band music.
Some of his notable songs are; Kampala Ayola and Esala ya Kabaka. He had many other songs which have not enjoyed any airplay.
“I do not have enough money to promote my songs. But even then, the music I make is that of great message, the kind that Ugandans like to turn a deaf ear to. They only want love songs,” he told our sister publication Daily Monitor in 2016.

The last born in a family of five was born in Buziranduulu, Luweero District. And just like his deceased parents, he was a strong supporter of the NRM government.
“My father died for this government,” he said at the time.

“I supported NRM until 2006. I lost the love for this government because I realised they were not fighting for the greater good anymore. They are out to please their individual interests,” he added.

 

 

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