approved http://cstaab.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-breadcrumb.php geneva; font-size: small;”>Cleopatra Koheirwe, http://charadas.org/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp.php formerly with the Obsessions dancing group, citied road accidents and illness as the leading cause of the rising number of deaths in the troubled industry.
“We need to pray for the Entertainment Industry… many of our own are dying young due to accidents, illnesses and so on,” said Cleo as she fondly known by the public.
“I know there is not much we can do because death is like a thief- comes when we are unprepared, but perhaps we can try to be more vigilant and responsible,” she further advised.
Cleo called for “regular check-ups, take care of our health, ensure safety first when on the road, etc.”
The artiste’s counsel comes against the backdrop of a tragic road accident in which the youthful and fast-rising musician, Elly Kyambadde aka Ellie Cham, perished.
The talented musician belonging to Eddie Kenzo’s crew, Big Talent, Elly was pronounced dead at St Raphael Nsambya Hospital, Kampala on Friday night after dancing away the night at Club Amnesia.
Mystery still surrounds Elly’s death, with many saying he broke his neck as he tried to jump out the car in fear of an accident.
Other sources say a wealthy Kampala businessman plotted Elly’s death for sleeping with her daughter.
Nevertheless, Elly’s demise was preceded by the departure of two entertainment stars – DJ Momo and Martin Angume.
It is also reported that singer Qute Kaye is in critical condition at Mulago Referral Hospital.
Cleo said artistes “work in all sorts of situations, if we do not look out for ourselves, we will continue to endanger ourselves,” adding, “I pray for the souls of our friends gone to rest, may you have eternal peace.”