Thousands of mourners turned up for the requiem mass held at Rubaga Cathedral to pray for the remains of fallen GoodLyfe singer Moses Ssekibogo alias Mowzey Radio.
Radio passed on Wednesday morning at Case Hospital in Kampala.
Some of the notable figures that turned up for the sorrowful occasion that was presided over by Father Deogratius Kiibi, who used his sermon to relay pointers at the gathering included NRM Secretary General Kasule Lumumba, Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago and lots of other musicians and celebrities.
Others key guests were Buganda Kingdom Prime Minister Charles Peter Mayiga and Swangz Avenue entertainment group boss Julius Kyazze.
Speaking at the event, Kyazze told the gathering Radio had accepted Christ as his personal lord and savior during his last days that anyone could notice.
“He was amazing when he was talking to God. He told us that ‘Julius don’t joke with God, when you see God you will die, he is so powerful’, he read the bible to the end, he loved God,” he said.
“He is going to be with us for 1000 years, he has left us voices, videos and beautiful things. He is going to be with us for so many years to come.”
Mayiga, on his part, cautioned musicians to hire professional managers who can monitor their moves and actions.
“Having fun is not bad, as a young person it is highly recommended. However, you have to employ professional managers who can advise you on where to go and where it is not appropriate to go for your own safety,” the Katikiro said.
He also encouraged young people to do good as Radio has been doing because it is the only way that the country can show someone so much love.
Weasel, his bandmate, who was giving a first public pronouncement since his death, said: “Radio and I started when we had nothing, we promised each other heaven and earth. As you see we started moving places and enjoying ourselves but unfortunately my brother has left me alone.”