Close to 40 Artists From West Nile Atteanded Niga Roo's Burial

Posted on Jun 21, 2024
By Maas Manus

The late producer, Niga Roo has been laid to rest yesterday in his hometown of Bweyale, Kiryandongo District. 


Close to 40 artists from the greater Nebbi and West Nile regions attended the burial. However, many of Alur's prominent stars were absent, including Bushy Da King, who announced that he could not attend due to a family bereavement.


"I couldn't attend the burial because I also have a burial to attend in my village. I lost my uncle, my father's brother and the burial is tomorrow, (Friday, 20th June 2024.)" Bushy Da King wrote.


Bushy also mentioned efforts to organize a meeting with local leaders in Nebbi to discuss ways to support Niga Roo's two surviving children, together with the late's family. 


Producer AG Monique praised Bushy Da King's initiative and urged him to ensure follow-through on the commitments made. "I remember a similar effort during the late Madogi's burial. Please follow up on this as an elder in the industry," Monique stated.


Aloysius Wopangere, who led a group of 15 artists to the funeral, noted that some artists, such as Lucky Dee, Brayo, Young Ziggi and Rasta Longe, were also unable to attend due to other commitments and personal circumstances.


Niga Roo, the producer at Ex Limit Records, passed away earlier this week at the age of 35.


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