South Sudan NEWS PORTAL
By Ahmad Muto
Following doubts from a section of music enthusiasts about singer Eddy Kenzo’s true whereabouts after seemingly abandoning his usual routines – making live videos on social media and lamenting, he has since, well….. lamented.
The “Sitya loss” singer who is stuck in Ivory Coast took to social media on Saturday to vent his frustration. He lamented that he is seeing flights returning Ugandans back to the country, but for them, they do not have hope at all. They have been forgotten.
He posted: “Ndaba flights zileta abantu e’Uganda naye fe nga tetulina yadde esuubi. Mwatwerabira banange.”
Kenzo got stuck in Ivory Coast after the Government instituted a national lock down that saw flights in and out of the country suspended.
However, some of his fans decided to poke fun at his situation.
Beinomugisha replied: “Kenzo bakugana okuzunga naye nga ntowulira mbu otambuza oluganda, Kati kubila Kabaka esimu akugyeyo”.
Gerovic Ramsey: “Passed through these comments… And I hope Kenzo HV enough time to pass through them… He may learn something…. Through these comments….(Signal) …there is where Kenzo went wrong… I hope he can fix that… Pipo used to love him…”
Katony tweeted: “If u had started walking in April.. U would have been here tomorrow”Beinomugisha: “We do not want you to come and destabilise people’s families”.
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