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Stop Praising Museveni- Gashumba Tells Baalam

The Well-known Music Promoter Balaam has come out in the media to give a great worship and praise to Museveni for his support he has shown to Radio though gashumba tarnishes.

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Baalam told the media that Museveni had contributed 20 million shillings towards the burial arrangements and promised to feed the mourners for three days.

Frank Gashumba was furious of how Baalam was showering the president with praise saying that instead of praising museveni, he should be alert and learns from Radio’s killing.

Gashumba said: Museveni shouldn’t be praised but rather blamed because if he was a great president he would have built several hospitals and Radio could not be moved from Entebbe where he was beaten from to Kampala to look for a better hospital which contributed to his death.”

“Where are the reports of those that killed our talented artistes like AK47, Danz Kumapeesa saying that the government knows who killed them,” He continued

Gashumba said that Instead of praising your Man “Museveni” for having contributed to burial arrangements ask for security to protect our lives. Tell your Museveni that we do not want food, we want security and want to know who is killing our artistes.

He said all this while at the Vigil of the fallen Artist Radio Mowzey. And later left the vigil venue wishing Radio a peaceful rest.

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