Tuesday, 03 January 2017
Thieves were on December 31 able to make off with Roden Y's black Toyota Runx car days after, Spice Diana, another artist lost a Toyota Noah. The two incidents happened in the same vicinity of Freedom City along Entebbe-Kampala highway.
The singer who jumps and runs all over the stage like he is possessed while performing has now put a reward of shs 1,000,000/- to whoever helps him recover the ride that he recently got from his manager, Jeff Kiwa, following the Kabako hit.
The black Runx/Allex is in the UAW 311 N series.
However, this did not stop the Team No Sleep artist from giving his fans spirited performances on New Year's day. Roden Y Owentolomwe as he refers to himself when 'very excited' was joined by artists like Naira Ali, Dr. Propa, Phina Mugerwa and Victor Kamenyo to perform at the Entebbe Zoo, but his and the latter's performance got the crowd wild.
Roden Y real name Senabulya Yusuf Roden, 31, is behind songs like Kabako and Akasolo which he did with Diamond Oscar, Nanfuka, Diana and Ndeku among others.
"We are still looking for the Runx car that is believed to be in areas like Nyanama, Zana, Namasuba, Ndeeba, Ndejje, Kikajo, Bunamwaya, Kabowa, Kikajo, Kigo, Lubowa, Abaita Ababiri, Seguku, Makindye, Busega, Bulenga, Mityana Road and Masaka Road among others."
Senabulya is now appealing to his fans in those areas to keep a third eye on any black Runx car they spot on the roads, it could be Owentolomwe's. He is one of the artists to look out for in the year 2017, though, there's need to scale down on the running and jumping on stage and do music instead.
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