Eddy Kenzo updates his fans on his condition in Ivory Coast
By Michael Nampala 13 Jul 2020 12:30 PM EAT
The Mugole singer, Eddy Kenzo, was on Facebook chatting with his fans and while at it, he talked about a number of issues, including how he is getting on with life in Ivory Coast for the last four months.
Eddy Kenzo speaks to his fans from Ivory Coast
Kenzo was particularly happy with Sheila Gashumba's move of cyberbullying saying that him and his ex-lover, Rema Namakula have been victims, he also talked about the several artists that are battling with the same.
Greetings to all my fans...I am happy to be here chatting with all of you. I appreciate your support.
You wanted me to address a few questions, that I will do. I am here to spread love, to tell you more about myself.
In March, I came for a festival in Abidjan and I was supposed to perform on March 14, and that I did very well and later went to my hotel room.
I was supposed to fly the next day, but I decided to extend my stay to record a few videos. Unfortunately, before we could return, the airports were closed due to the Coronavirus.
Short of that, I'm good, I'm a hustler and I thank all those that have been there for me. By the time I left Kampala, I was in the middle of a very important festival and we borrowed heavily to put up that festival, but all was lost.
Fast Forward, the money that I travelled with was blown up in two days, life here is very expensive, I thank all my colleagues who have been there for me and I also thank the good Lord for the talent of singing, I can still survive amidst the challenges, thanks for the prayers.
I came for two days, but I have been here for four months, but God is great and I 'm pushing on.
It is not clear when I will be back, but the few people I talk to in Uganda say they are working very hard, but they say the air space is still the problem because most airports have not opened up.
I might come back this month or next month, but don't forget, this has been the case since March. I have bought many tickets online, but they are being cancelled due to one thing or the other.
I have spoken to the Speaker of Parliament, Minister Nakiwala Kiyingi and General Katumba Wamala, they are doing a lot to see to it that we return, I don't know when I will be back, but I'm still hopeful. Bobi Wine has also been calling me over the same matter.
"My health is good generally, Stella a, Ugandan here is taking good care of me," Kenzo said.
"I have seen many people on social media sharing a collage of pictures for my children and Sheila Don Zella's child. I don't know what you're trying to mean!!"
Britton is my brother Big Eye and my sister Don Zella's son, we are so close and I would not entertain any rift between us, because we have been friends for a long time.