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Monday, May 06 2013

Martin Angume dead
He is on record for being the one artiste being pronounced dead on several occasions and yet he was alive, but this time, Martin Angume did not make it. Confirming his death was his wife, Julie who had even composed a song for the ailing husband.

Martin Angume has been in Mulago Hospital for the last three months battling kidney and lung infections. A number of well wishers have been supportive to the 'Switch' singer in terms of putting resources together and among them include Betty Mpologoma, Members of the Kwagalana Group and Katsha from South Africa.

Bebe Cool went an extra mile and appealed to fellow artistes out there to come to the rescue of their colleague. Martin's body is still at Mulago Hospital where police has been battling with fans who had come to confirm whether the singer had died or its the same old stories.

Details of his burial arrangements are still scanty though more details will be availed tonight at the National Theatre where his body will be for public viewing. His death comes 4 days after Moses Nsereko succumbed to Gallstones in India. Moses will be buried in Mpigi tomorrow.

The Goodlyfe Crew have been forced to include a section in the OBUDDE launch to celebrate all those who have been robbed from us by death.

Posted by: uowd AT 05:45 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email

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