Comedian, King Kong, real name Hassan Lumu died on Sunday morning (June 17), aged 31, he was buried yesterday at Gomba, leaving behind two children.
In a message to the mourners, 100.2 Galaxy FM CEO, Innocent Nahabwe, announced that the Kasanga based radio station, will take care of the school dues for one of King Kong's two children.
"King Kong shared his talent with us on Morning Saga Akasambatuuko for close to two years before he left to concentrate on a solo comedy career. Like all people who work with us at Galaxy FM, he became part of our family. He was a brother to us to be precise."
"Aware that he had a young family of two children and a wife, we are committing to paying school fees for one of them."
"He was a great chap. Death has robbed him of taking care of his young family. This is the least we would do. If someone else can handle the other kid, that would be helpful. Those RIPs could mean a lot more if the family gets some relief. Together, we can do more," Innocent concluded.