Ugandan Singer, Eddy Kenzo Makes a Beautiful Return to Poverty-Stricken Hometown

Ugandan singer Eddy Kenzo made a name for himself with one of the hit songs of 2014 in East Africa when he released the tune Sitya Loss and since then, he has never looked back.

In photos accessed by our reporters, the singer was seen interacting with some locals from his childhood home as he reminisced on the far he has come. As it turns out, despite living in a lower class setting, his mother still could not afford rent and they were eventually kicked out of the house. Kenzo, upon his mother’s death, had to make do with being a street boy most of his childhood and that would explain why he is so conversant with such a demographic.

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“Today I visited the house I lived in with my mother before she died, we were evicted a few days later cause we couldn’t afford rent ……lots of memories in this place, with God everything is possible. mama we made it,” he wrote on Facebook.


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