Mowzey Radio Out of Danger at Case Clinic.
Singer Mowzey Radio who was involved in a bitter bar brawl yesterday is finally in a safe zone and is out of comma according to his manager Emma Carlos.
The scuffle happened yesterday in Entebbe at around 9pm where Radio first exchanged words with fans and allegedly poured liquor on the manager which fuelled more anger and led Radio to be pushed into a 1 meter ditch according to Chagga.
Before the musician could think about it , he landed with his head first on the ground and was rushed straight away to Nsambya hospital.
He was later taken to Case Clinic where an operation in the wee hours of the night was done on his head to remove a blood clot in the brain. Many people woke up to the sad news of his hospitalization and stories were going around all over social media since he was in comma but thank God he is out of it.
The Statement below was Released to the media from an official source
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
23rdth January 2018
Moses Radio admitted to Intensive Care Unit, Case Hospital
It is with sadness that we confirm the circulating rumors regarding an incident involving Moses Ssekibogo (Radio) on Monday, 22nd January 2018. The facts are as follows:
Police have arrested and are holding in custody one suspect, and are currently searching for his accomplice. The arrested man is Egesa George, owner of The Bar, Entebbe.
Between 9pm and 9:30pm on Monday night, Moses was subjected to a very serious and unprovoked assault by an employee or associate of Egesa George. There had been an exchange of words, and Moses was exiting the bar to return to Kampala when the as-yet-unidentified assailant viciously attacked him. This resulted in a severe brain injury that required urgent medical attention.
Moses was taken to Emmanuel Clinic, Entebbe Road, then transferred by ambulance to Nsambya Hospital and finally transferred by ambulance to Case Hospital, Buganda Road where it was decided that he would undergo emergency brain surgery. His surgery took place between 2:30am and 5:30am of 23rd January 2018. Case Hospital will not be releasing any details of his care to the press.
The full extent of Moses' injuries is not yet clear. Contrary to gossip, he is alive and in a stable, comfortable condition within the Intensive Care Unit. As his condition improves, the management of Radio and Weasel may make a further announcement.
Our legal advisors can confirm that they will be pursuing charges of attempted murder against the accused.
The family of Moses Ssekibogo are attending to him at the hospital, they appreciate all thoughts, prayers, and well-wishes but request privacy at this difficult time.
For further clarification:
Balaam - 075280080
Emma Carlos - 0752849516
Chagga Geoffrey - 0772976669
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