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Kasuku Prophesized that Radio Will be Beaten To Death Before He Died

Kasuku Prophesized that Radio Will be Beaten To Death Before He Died

Presenter Kasuku of Dembe FM’s Kuku who always annoys people most especially musicians. He always does that which makes most of the musicians beef with him.

Kasuku is one media personality who feels he fears no one.

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Kasuku rose up and prophesised that Eddy Kenzo was behind the troupe that beat up the late Danz Kumapeesa to death which made Kenzo to lose his mind and warned him immediately.

Sometime back when the Late Ivan Ssemwanga died, Kasuku went on air live at Dembe FM and confessed on how Mowzey Radio will be hit on the head to death if he doesnot apologise to the DJ whose laptop he threw in the swimming pool. This incident happened last year at the late Ivan Ssemwanga’s home.

He went live on air and asked each and every listener to pull out recorders and record each and every statement he says.

“If  the slim Daddy Mowzey Radio does not come out to apologize for beating up and throwing the DJ’s laptop in the swimming pool, he will die by being hit on the head.” He lamented.

But to a surprise when he was told say something about what he said, He started his pretence.

” Kyokka Ugandans, i see you saying much but u will all b fine. Rest in peace Moses Ki Radiology.” Kasuku said defending himself..

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