Sitya Loss hitmaker Edrisah Musuuza alias Edy Kenzo is again in Uganda after over three months in Côte d’Ivoire. Kenzo, based on native media, arrived in Entebbe on a chartered flight at 3:30 am aboard Uganda Airways. He was amongst 64 stranded Ugandans in West Africa who made it house after months away following the nation’s ban on a worldwide journey in March 2020 following the outbreak of coronavirus. In keeping with the Day by day Monitor, the passengers aboard the airplane parted with Sh150,000 ($1,376) in air tickets –no matter pickup factors and needed to cope with a six-hour delay resulting from stopovers in international locations the place assembly hubs had been gazetted.
In whole, 231 folks returned with 167 jetting in earlier from Qatar and obtained by officers from the Ministry of International Affairs. While the singer’s woes could also be over having unexpectedly needed to prolong his keep in Abidjan as a result of the lockdown the place he had traveled to carry out on the Masa Fest on March 16, 2020, he might endure one other 14 days in quarantine. That is based on measures introduced by the federal government in March that directed that Ugandans coming in from ‘excessive threat’ international locations can be pressured into quarantine at their very own price. As of July 25, Uganda has since recorded one demise and 1,089 Covid-19 infections. Talking three months in the past, the singer was pressured to make clear a publish he made that his financial savings had run dry in Abidjan.
Kenzo mentioned he was misquoted when he jokingly shared that he was in a “worrying state” in West Africa and wanted money wired to him. The money, he added, was to be made in trade for his then newly acquired Land Cruiser V8. “I used to be watching the president including extra 21 days of which it helps the nation however I would like somebody to ship me cash by Western Union in trade for my automobile. In any other case, my scenario is worrying,” he tweeted. Within the rejoinder, after considerations had been raised over his wellbeing in Côte d’Ivoire, Kenzo apologized, saying he inconvenienced his followers and household.