Ugandan famous musician Eddy Kenzo has been involved in an accident this morning. According to the video being Shared online by Uganda Media houses. Kenzo was travelling to unknown destination when his car overturned near a petrol station. People are seen pulling him out of the his vehicle together with other passengers he was travelling with. He has been taken to a nearby Heath center for treatment after sustaining injuries on the head and hands.
Ugandans have taken to social media to wish him quick recovery as he receives treatment. He is one of the best musicians in East Africa, known for hits such as Angela, Siata losi a mong others. Few years ago, he elicited mixed reactions online after his long-time wife Dumped him for another man working as a doctor at Mulango hospital. He was rescued by fellow Musician who pulled him out of depression through councillor sessions.
Eddy Kenzo. Photo courtesy.
Here are some reactions.
"Quick recovery Eddy Kenzo. May Almighty Allah protect you as you get treatment. We need to listen to your more song's. You will overcome brother." Posted David.
" Bro, you'll pull through, thanks to the team that pulled you out of that vehicle after accident. They did a great job. May doctors Serve you well brother" posted Debra.
Here is the link to the video.
"VIDEO: The car in which Eddy Kenzo was traveling on Thursday morning overturned on Masaka Highway. The singer survived and it is alleged that he was rushed to the hospital after sustaining injuries on his arm" read part of the report.
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