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Paul Kafeero: Enigma who was ahead of his time

Singing to a soothing delectable solo guitar, Prince Job Paul Kafeero, who died in 2007, sorrowfully repents to the Lord in what appears to be an Afro-soul song. Kafeero later opens up that his heart is pained, but can only share the pain with God and whoever wishes. He further casts a vote of no confidence in Uganda’s judicial system, accusing it of corruption and unfairness.

This emotional account is part of the lyrics of his song, Ebisigalira bya Baffu. This is loosely translated as “remains of the dead”.
Andrew Jedidiah Ssebaggala, the production manager of the Uganda National Cultural Centre, shares that the song is Kafeero’s real-life story. It followed a publication by a local newspaper that human remains had been found in Kafeero’s home in Kabalagala, Kampala.

Kafeero, who asks God to take his life in the song, shares his side of the story, posing a number of questions towards his alleged offenders. He painfully asks why the police chose to invade his home at night while he was abroad, manhandled his children, and walked away with a generator. He then expresses shock towards the motive of the newspaper that published the story without waiting to listen to his side of the story……..CONTINUE READING……..

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