By our reporter

On Sunday evening Police arrested Godfrey ‘Troy’ Wamala, a prime suspect in the murder of fallen musician Mowzey Radio who on Thursday succumbed to brain post operation complications following a night brawl at De Bar, a night spot in Entebbe.

Troy who is currently detained at Katwe Police Station was arrested from Kyengera where he was hiding at a friend’s place.

However, while being interrogated by detectives at the station, the suspect denied to have worked as a bouncer at De Bar as it is alleged.

He told detectives that he was in the night spot like any other reveler until Radio and colleagues started causing commotion in the place.

Troy said he shared the table with the musician and other three people.

“The table had Hassan Lukwago, George Egesa, Mowzey Radio, Washington and myself,” Troy told detectives, adding, “An argument started as he (Radio) asked anyone without money for buying booze to get off the table.”

He narrated to the officers that the fallen singer later got out Shs 100,000 and placed it on the table asking his colleagues to also do the same to prove they had enough money to buy drinks.

It is said that at this time, Radio picked an argument with Egesa whom he said could not even afford buying for them Black Label before picking one of the already existing bottles and poured its contents onto Egesa.

“Bouncers were later asked to take Mowzey out. I followed later and found him down with people gathered around him.”

Troy further revealed that he never touched the singer; he just looked on and left the scene.