Wednesday, November 05 2014
Many have put her on suicide watch following what happened to her last Friday that has since been the talk of the town. The latest is that the Minister of State for Ethics and Integrity, Rev. Fr. Simon Lokodo has directed police to investigate musician Desire Luzinda and her ex-lover, Ebikeme Ebuomor Ebenhron Franklin alias Baguma.
In her latest message, the singer says; ''Fighters Never Quit." This means that she is not about to give up with her music career. A fan was asking her yesterday that she needs to come out with a statement for the fans, but the Ekitone singer replied that; I'm quiet for a reason.
When the time is right, she will certainly issue a statement but at the moment, she is still being judged. Police is reluctant to act on the orders of the minister and their argument is, Desire was only a victim, however, if she can come and report the matter to police, then they will act accordingly.
Right now police is investigating the issue of a Nigerian national who came as a visitor and now has a Ugandan passport. According to his file, this is the second passport which was issued in March 2014 after he claimed that the one issued in 2011 got lost.
Words of encouragement......
Mariam Ndagire - "What befell my fellow female artist DESIRE LUZINDA is unfortunate and as a woman and female artist I humbly request you all not to judge her but pray for her to go through this storm and come out of it in one piece. Desire wherever you are know that you have a shoulder to lean on in me and its not the end of the world. Always remember to love yourself more than any other person."
Zari - "I'm behind you, with love from South Africa."
Mary Luswata is of the view that Desire Luzinda should not be arrested because she has suffered enough.
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