Kenzo Eddy: Leave me alone, I will not help anyone

Kenzo Eddy

Kenzo Eddy alias Edrisa Musuuza has come out crying for the people of Uganda to leave him alone. He said this after many people attacked him on his social media platforms for keeping silent. In addition, telling him to come out and help the needy people during this trying moment of COVID-19 in the Country.


“I am not in a position to help anyone out there because I am in need of help. I had invested a lot of money at the Eddy Kenzo festival. However, due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, my show was canceled.

Who is Kenzo Eddy?

Eddy Kenzo is a famous Ugandan music artist and the Chief Executive Officer of Big Talent Entertainment. He was born on 25 December 1989. Eddy is from Masaka commonly known as Saka. In addition, Eddy Kenzo started his music career in 2008.

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He is the first Uganda to win a BET award. Kenzo recently divorced his girlfriend Rema Namakula last year in 2019. However, he a parent of two children.

In addition, I don’t blame anyone because it was God’s plan. Therefore I am living in huge losses and I have no idea whether I will be able to get back what I lost.

I am therefore not in a position to help anyone out there,” Kenzo said.

“My fellow countrymen and women, I want to also remind you about how the government of Uganda locked me out of the Country. It is a pity for our own government to allow its fellow citizens to suffer outside. In addition, yet we have our homes in our own country. I really felt bad when I received a message that I was no longer allowed to come back to Uganda. In addition, I have a daughter to take care of,” Kenzo Eddy added.

Kenzo Eddy: However, I call upon all of us to follow what the Ministry of Health is advising us to do. Let’s follow these guidelines very well and surely this will come to pass. Always keep yourselves at home and wash your hands with sanitizers to protect your selves from the deadly virus. Also, try not to touch your soft parts of the body, for example, the eyes, the mouth, and the nose.

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