Court Bans Goodlyfe From Using Mowzey Radio’s Unreleased Musical Work

Goodlyfe and Angel Music have been banned from releasing and staging any of the late Mosses Ssekibogo’s unreleased music he left before his death.

The administrator general delivered an order on January 14 2019 stopping them from using the late Moses Ssekibogo alias Mowzey Radio’s musical work.

In a letter written by Irene Bayiga the assistant Administrator General says that they are updating the late singers’ estate and according to their understanding Goodlyfe management have been releasing his songs illegally.

“We have reliable information that you have been gaining income from various streaming platforms and other entities through the distribution and performance of the late Mowzey Radio’s musical works without remitting the same to his estate.”

Bayiga also added that; “the purpose of this letter is to inform you to cease and desist from any release, distribution and performance of any of the late Mowzey Radio’s unreleased musical works without express authorisation from the Administrator General. Any violation of the same will lead to both criminal and prosecution in courts of law.”

Before this court injunction, Goodyfe management was set to release some of Mwozey Radio’s music on the 29 of January.

And some of his music he left behind before he died were already released and circulating in all media platforms.

Mosses Ssekibogo commonly known as Mwozey Radio belonged to the Goodlyfe Crew as a co-founder together with Douglas Mayanja alias Weasel who is also a musician.

He died on February 1, 2018 at Case Hospital where he was admitted after sustaining serious injuries on his head. Mowzey Radio while at De Bar, a hangout spot in Entebbe was beaten into coma after having some misunderstandings which resulted into his death.