By our reporter
Case Hospital has revealed that it’s going to return all unused money which was paid in a bid to clear the late Mowzey Radio’s medical bills.
Radio died last Thursday at Case Hospital after spending almost two weeks in coma.
He was admitted to the Buganda Road based health facility after being referred from Nsambya Hospital having gotten into a bar brawl in Entebbe which severely injured his head.
Through their condolence message, Case Hospital thanked President Yoweri Museveni and socialite Bryan White for having significantly contributed to Mowzey’s hospital bills.
However, the hospital management noted that they will pass on all the unused funds back to the singer’s immediate family.
President Museveni contributed shs30 million whereas Bryan White contributed shs25 million towards Mowzey’s medical bills though efforts to save him came out fruitless.
Case Hospital management statement;
The management and Staff of Case Hospital would like to express its profound sorrow and heartfelt condolences to the family and people of Uganda on the passing away of Moses Ssekibogo alias Moze Radio, on 1st February 2018.
During this time of mourning our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Moses Ssekibogo and we share the sense of grief and great loss to the country of Uganda and wish to pay tribute to this great man who has achieved a lot in his lifetime.
Moze Radio was admitted to Case Hospital having been referred from Nsambya Hospital after he suffered major injuries to his head while in Entebbe.
An emergency surgery was performed and patient was admitted to Intensive Care Unit where he was being managed until he passed away on Thursday, 1st February at 7:00am.
We thank all members of his family, friends, well-wishers and his Excellency the President of Uganda Mr. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and Bryan White both of whom contributed significantly to Moses Ssekibogo’s hospital bills. THE MANAGEMENT OF CASE HOSPITAL WILL PASS ON ALL UNUSED FUNDS BACK TO THE LATE’S IMMEDIATE FAMILY. Prayers and fond memories are what we remain with to remember our dearly departed.
Fare thee well Moze Radio!
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