Despite all efforts musician Eddy Kenzo has put in to make sure he represents Uganda globally and push the boundaries to sell his music brand as one of the finest Ugandan artists, he believes that Ugandans do not appreciate his efforts and just brush him off as just another ‘lucky’guy, something that is very unsettling on his end.
The ‘Sitya Loss’ hitmaker says that people from other countries tend to be more welcoming and view him highly compared to his own countrymen from Uganda.
Edrisah Musuuza aka Eddy Kenzo has been living in Cote d’Ivore unwillingly ever since the COVID19 pandemic took a toll on the world provoking country governments to close borders and stop movement to curb the virus. He has since not been able to fly back home despite numerous cries to be evacuated.
Despite several attempts by the Big Talent singer and his fans to have the Ugandan government bring him home, the Ugandan government has remained unmoved and unconcerned with their requests.
Through his social media platforms, the BET award winner has revealed that he is aware of how his country-mates see no importance in his existence.
''Yes, I can’t deny that in Uganda I am not important and I know that but I also know that there are countries that know my value and they celebrate me as a young African who has represented Africa across the world through music.''
The Sitya Loss singer goes ahead to reveal that he knows several Ugandans are happy because he is stuck in another country but they should know that the next generation will celebrate his achievements because he achieved what many people who came before him didn’t think was achievable.
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