Musician Pius Mayanja aka Pallaso has come out in a long Facebook post, with a scathing attack claiming that Jeff Kiwa and Nalongo Maggie (AK47’s widow) either had a hand in the death of his late brother AK47 or have an idea as to why and how he got killed on March 17th this year. It was reported that it was an accident with AK47 succumbing to an injury he sustained after falling the the loos of his manager Jeff Kiwa’s Dejavu bar in Kansanga.
In the post that has since caused all kinds of reactions, Pallaso alleges that there were several misunderstandings between Maggie and Akay and between Akay and Jeff Kiwa.
“I really wish the doctor that did Akay’s autopsy would have given us a more detailed study of my brother’s death!! The doctor merely says he fell in the bathroom and died but never explains why Akay’s top lip was swollen!! Or at least explain what exactly came in contact with his head to cause the fatal death blow!! This man changed so many people’s lives including mine and he really should not just be dumped off and forgotten!!
1- Why was Akays top lip swollen?? It wasn’t swollen when I left him 30 minutes before they said he fell.
2- Jeff Kiwa needs to give us a fair answer of why he told me not to tell anybody at first when they said Akay had fallen in the bathroom.
Jeff Kiwa (R), AK47 (2R), Pallaso (middle) during happier times.
3- I ran to Nalongo’s house to inform her about the terrible phone call of Akay falling in the bathroom and she wasn’t home at around 10 pm which usually was always bed time for her… She returned and found me home at her house with the sad news but nobody ever questioned where she was coming from.
4- Akay had broken Nalongo’s phones and abandoned her home alone and she had appointed a Kibuye police officer to arrest him but failed after I told him it was just simple family issues and she kept craving revenge even telling me she didn’t care if she died and Akay don’t burry her., Akay had made her leave her children’s father, had children with her, made her move from London to be with her but then changed his mind and abandoned her after she came to Uganda.. I’m not pointing fingers but that creates a fair motive for revenge and according to her conversation with me about my brother she wasn’t happy and she was at the point of doing anything.
5- Nalongo had confiscated all Akays belongings literally by the time he died all he was wearing was the only personal possessions he had and all his other clothes and confiscated property was never returned even till date!
6 – Nalongo was so heart broken and devastated about the loss but in a few months after Her children’s father’s death she had already moved on with a new boyfriend in a very happy relationship.
7 – Akays Mukozi (Maid/House Keeper) said she heard Nalongo making plans to hurt Akay that same night he died but later her story changed and now Nalongo returned back to London but she didn’t risk leaving this Mukozi back Nalongo took her Mukozi back with her to London.
AK-47’s widow at the funeral service.
8 – Nalongo didn’t say bye to my parents after Akays death she just disappeared. Even her return back to London was news to us Nalongo
loved Akay so much but Akay was in love with another girl called Zainah and Vivian.
9- Akay had bruises and scratches on the neck which is very unusual for some body that just slipped and fell in the bathroom.
10-Nalongo had said to my aunt that she had a dream of Akay beaten up almost half dead in the hospital that same day Akay is said to have fallen and died yet she loved threatening Akay with all this Balongo stuff.. I could agree Akay might have died accidentally but what if it is that his murder only intended to hurt and he ended up doing more damage accidentally.
11- I still have so many questions but My major pain is Akay was a very good man and we more especially the government have given up on him so fast!! Please Mr President we really appreciate your condolences towards my brother so much as the Mayanja family, Akays fans, Ugandans, Non Ugandans and everybody else concerned but we please beg you to assign some special attention to this man’s case. He loved you so much and he was a very powerful Ugandan at such a young age. We love you Akay and I personally will not stop until I know exactly what happened or till I my self is put to rest in my own grave besides my brother.”