Eddy Kenzo, has revealed that he is living in fear for his life just two days after successfully hosting the first event of its kind in Uganda, “The Eddy Kenzo Festival.”
In order to thank the crowds for attending his successful star-studded festival on Saturday at the Kololo Independence Grounds, Kenzo held a press conference this morning at the Protea Hotel in Kololo.
Kenzo instead broke down in tears when he said that some people are trying to take his life.
“The things you see online don’t stop there. There are a lot of people being paid to kill me,” Kenzo said.
“Let me say these things when I’m still alive,” he added.
The singer asked his followers to pray for him but withheld further information.
In response to being identified as one of the regime’s sympathizers, Kenzo said:
“I have never woken up and said I support this one, so you can’t tell me that I don’t support somebody because of their color.”
He added: “The fellow Ugandans that go abroad seeking peace are the ones depriving us of our freedom.”