Eezzy's Tumbiza Sound Survives Ban From Uganda Airwaves

Posted on Nov 25, 2020
By LTAuthor


North King and Uganda's fast raising musician Opoka Eric also known as Eezzy risked being in hot soup. The Mummy singer's latest song Tumbiza Sound has survived being banned from Uganda airwaves by the Ministry of Health (MOH).

This indicated that some people could be breaking the presidential directives and breaking Ministry of Health (MoH) rules as per the song content.

The song also asks MoH to open bars and concerts saying they are willing to follow SOPs if that’s what they want. It is however rumored that the song is likely to be banned because of the message it carries.

During an interview with one of the local television, EezZy said he heard the rumor but if it is true, he thinks they got it all wrong. 

According to Eezzy, the song has no bad mind, he did the song because of the situation we are in right now, and as a musician, he was simply extending his voice for the people. If you listen clearly, he was just asking for the MoH to ease the lockdown. It has a message to send to the concerned people but he also sang it for the fan bit of it.

He, however, noted that he was inspired to do that song after seeing a friend of his struggling and left with nothing since he is a bar owner so he sang it hoping that the message would get out there and the lockdown can be eased for entertainers and bar owners.

Tumbiza Sound is one of the biggest hit that has dominating Uganda airwaves during corona lockdown and is still dominating the airwaves. 

Here is the Tumbiza Sound song, listen to it whether it has any bad mind on the MOH>>

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