Has Musuuza alias Eddy Kenzo tested positive for COVID-19?

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News reaching us this evening shows that Edrisa Musuuza alias Eddy Kenzo has tested positive for COVID-19. This was first revealed from some source on Social Media and it is making headlines all over. Eddy Kenzo traveled to Ivory Coast earlier before a total lockdown in the country.

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He pleaded with whoever was responsible for reopening the Borders. Meanwhile, even if he cried blood, nothing the government was going to overturn. About 5 hours ago, Edrisa Musuuza posted on his social media page saying he was tired of staying indoors. However, this evening, a number one blogger Ashburg Katto has posted what we call heartbreaking news that Eddy Kenzo has tested positive for COVID-19.

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Eddy Kenzo right with President Museveni left

“Eddy Kenzo needs our prayers more than anything else. He tested positive and currently going under serious quarantine medication in Abidjan Ivory Coast. This is where he got after President Museveni’s directive of closing the borders,” Ashburg Katto wrote.

“Without scaring the nation, we had decided to keep this as a secret, however, his situation is worsening. Therefore he very strong prayers as we talk at the moment,” Ashburg Katto added.

About a week ago, Edrisa Musuuza was lamenting on his page why his own government sacrificed him. In addition, Eddy Kenzo said he had a family to take care of.

Our question here goes, is Edrisa Musuuza is a victim of COVID-19?

Yes, we know very many people may go around social media pinning Eddy as they have always done. However, we all know that COVID-19 is a global pandemic for mankind and it does not discriminate. Therefore let’s join our hands together and pray for Eddy Kenzo, our families. In addition, let’s follow what the ministry of Health is advising us to do in order to avoid contracting this disease.

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