The trial of Godfrey Wamala alias Troy, who is accused of killing former Ugandan singer Moses Ssekibogo popularly known as Mowzey Radio, started Thursday.
Mowzey Radio died of head injuries at Case Hospital in Kampala on February 1, 2018, after a brawl at De Bar, a popular hangout in Entebbe Town, Wakiso District on January 22, 2018.
A High Court session in Entebbe is being presided over by Lady Justice Jane Francis Abodo.
Mr David Ebanget aka producer Washington took to the stand as a state witness to testify against Wamala.
“He is the gentleman who took my brother's life Mowzey Radio. I know him by face and name he is called Troy, I knew Sekibogo Moses for 10 years, he is with God," Mr Ebanget told court.
Last year, prosecution alleged that on January 22, 2018, Wamala was seen with Radio at the De bar drinking, before a scuffle between the singer and other people ensued.
Radio allegedly poured booze on some people before a one Pamela Musimire and another person only identified as Ategeka intervened by taking Radio out of the bar.
Outside the bar, Wamala allegedly grabbed the singer and beat him up.
After the beating, Wamala allegedly took off and hid in Kyengera until February 4, 2018 when he handed himself to police when Radio had died.