The family of the late singe Moze Radio has warned promoter Balaam Barugahara to stay away from them. They accused him of failing to account for money he got to organise the burial. Frank Sekibogo, the deceased brother and Meddie Sembaja while addressing the media at their home in Nakawuka today accused Balaam of plotting to sell the deceased’s property and give part of the money to former singer’s manager Jeff Kiwanuka.
Frank described Balaam as a traitor.. “We thought he was a total friend, he is the only person I allowed in the intensive Care Unit as deceased was being treated but it has come out that he is traitor conniving with Jeff to sell of the property, we ask Balaam to stay away from us”.
He accused the promoter of eating part of the money meant to organize the burial as well as money for the orphans. “Balaam started saying we sell of the Makindye House and give part of the money to Jeff Kiwanuka, we couldn’t what he said.
Bryan White gave him 10m for the Kagga burial function but to our surprise there was no stage which he said he was going to put, the sound system was so poor, people were chased away from chairs and tents when it wasn’t yet time and 4000 chairs he said he was to bring were short of that so what did the 10m do,” Frank said.
They also told the media that Balaam together with Jeff hired people to steal the deceased’s property from his Neverland home in Makindye. It was also revealed that Balaam today morning went to deceased singer’s lawyer Katende Sempebwa demanding that they sell off the property.
The family has however thanked his President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni for the financial help he extended during treatment and burial of the talented singer, Bryan White who has paid for the completion of the unfinished houses as well as paying 15m to house the grave of the fallen star and works are ongoing.
They also thanked Case Clinic for the effort they put in to save Moze’s life though it wasn’t possible. They also revealed that the hospital is set to return the unused money totaling to UGX 29m, they also thanked Bobi Wine, GoodLyfe, Uganda Musicians association members, the Kagga people, Sylvia Owori, NRM and all those that were there during the sad moments.