Friday, March 20 2015
Yesterday, all roads led to Mityana for the burial of dance-hall star, AK47, who died on Monday night leaving behind 3 children. He was the last born in the Mayanja family.
"I know I am the father of all rastas in the country, but I am requesting the Government to demolish every weed plantation so that we can have more responsible people otherwise today’s youth are a danger to our society," Chameleone's dad, Gerald Mayanja told mourners.
President Museveni sent a condolence message plus shs 10m to help in the completion of the shell house that AK47 was constructing. In his message, the President said that the passing of AK47 has robbed Uganda of a promising young man whose contribution to nation building will be missed by all.
Thousands went to Mityana but not all of them could get to the burial grounds. A convoy of black SUV's with mourners clad in black #RIPAK-47 t-shirts followed the A-Plus hearse vehicles all the way to Mityana.
The Buganda Premier, Charles Peter Mayiga, hailed the deceased for having done so much at such a tender age.
Bebe Cool and his wife Zuena Kirema, Moze Radio, Jack Pemba, Weasel's better half, Samira Tumi and Minister Nyombi Tembo who read the President's message were SOME of the notables.
Many people have contributed towards the completion of the AK47 house and below are some:
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