Unidentified thugs have attacked local music artist, Chris Evans Kaweesi and made off with his vehicle registration number UAZ 399J. The thugs attacked Chris Evans at Lungujja in Lubaga Division in Kampala in the wee hours of this morning.
Chris Evans, known for songs such as Ndikusasulaki, Bwolonda, Mulungi, Rihanna, Nantale, Linda, Nsimye and Omuzadde Owekisa, is now admitted at Mengo hospital and has also filed a case of assault and vehicle theft at Old Kampala Police Station.
The Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire, quotes Evans saying in his statement that he noticed two people trailing him on a bodaboda at around midnight as he was driving home.
According to Owoyesigyire, Evans decided to branch off to a nearby gate next to the road while hooting for help. “Even though he was hooting, the two thugs came towards his car window, crashed it, hit him on the head and forced him out of the car.
“He says one of them entered the car, the other got on the motorcycle and their drove away,” said Owoyesigyire.
However, the car has been recovered in Mutundwe, a suburb of Kampala according to a tweet posted on the official police handle @PoliceUg.
On average three vehicles are stolen in Kampala and its surrounding districts each day.
By Annah. N
Christopher Evans Kaweesa who has steadily risen on the Uganda music scene intimated to Lucky and Gaetano about his early life. Mulungi singer did not hold back as he took the Over Drive duo through his early life.
” I had a humble background. My father died after my primary seven. I was later on taken care of by an old man in our village who did not have much. I joined a secondary school where we had to engage in some labour in exchange for our education. Among the things I did was laying bricks. I guess I would be a professional brink layer if I had not gone far with my life.” -Chris Evans
Throught out all his early life, it would not wrong to say 28 year old vocalist was and is still a brilliant man. He got a bachelor’s degree in agriculture at Makerere University a course that did not please his guardian but was what he was offered on government scholarship.
Chris opened up to Lucky about his past relationship that almost saw him commit suicide but was saved by a manger who called to inform him about a concert he was supposed to be performing at. He says it was his first cut and he had no better way to handle it.
The singer plans to open up a company that will support upcoming artist and help nurture young talent.
With such a flawless yet effortless akapela, there is no doubt this young musician is still destined for greatness.