Big Talent CEO Eddy Kenzo returns home, sends a message to Ugandans

Kaana Kambata Edrisa Musuuza alias Eddy Kenzo returned home from Ivory Coast in the early hours of Saturday morning. The Big Talent CEO was stuck in Ivory Coast after the closure of Entebbe International airport due to the outbreak of coronavirus.

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However, the Tulinda Mugole singer is super excited to come back home after a long period of time without his family. Eddy Kenzo thanked all those that prayed and pushed for him to return home during these trying times for the entire world.

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Through his social media message, Eddy Kenzo extended his thanks to the Ugandan Government, Uganda Airlines, and the Task Force. In addition, and its members for an extremely efficient and professional undertaking of this whole repatriation process.

“Fellow Ugandans, I greet you in the name of Allah and the almighty God. Today, I and other Ugandans arrived safely at the Entebbe International Airport aboard Uganda Airlines.

First and foremost, I thank God for enabling me to come back home safely. This all seemed like a far fetched possibility but by His Grace, I and very many Ugandans have been repatriated back home safely. I would like to thank everyone that pushed and prayed for my return. Your efforts are greatly appreciated, May Allah bless you all abundantly.

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To my Big talent family, Eddy Kenzo fans, and the media that came to the airport, I recognize your efforts and the love you showed me yesterday despite my delay. I also want to congratulate the Ugandan Government, Uganda Airlines, and the Task Force. In addition, and its members for an extremely efficient and professional undertaking of this whole repatriation process.

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Big Talent CEO Edrisa Musuza alias Eddy Kenzo

To all my friends, fans, and family that supported me in Abidjan, I am forever indebted to you for your support. In addition, and for making my stay worthwhile throughout the time I was in your country. I’ve been placed under quarantine for 14 days as per the standard precautionary measures but I am hopeful that I will be reunited with all of you very soon. I appeal to you all to stay safe and take Covid-19 seriously. For God and My Country,” Eddy Kenzo wrote.

We as Cyclone Times Uganda want to thank the almighty God for giving you a safe flight back home.

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