Jose Chameleone’s brother speak after after being attacked in South Africa

Tuesday, March 10th, 2020 17:37 |

Ugandan recording artiste and brother to Jose Chameleone, Pius Mayanja has spoken about his ordeal during his visit to South Africa while shooting a music video.

Mayanja aka Pallaso, a victim of xenophobic attack, was left for dead by unknown assailants while walking on the streets of Turffontein in South Africa.

Speaking at the Main Switch Studios in Athi River, he was accompanied by South African artiste Dr Malinga and music executive Thomani Mawarela.

The two, travelled back from South Africa with Pallaso to show their support after the attack and ensure he gets back home safe.

Speaking at the press conference, during a five-hour lay over on his way to Uganda, the Bubble singer spoke exclusively to People Daily Digital saying, “I thought I was going to die at that University parking, especially when I saw the police car pass by. I have the wounds and scars that I will hold dear to me as a reminder of what I went through in the hands of fellow Africans.”

The Ugandan star added, “I call upon my brothers and sisters, to promote peace and oneness, it is our responsibility as Africans to take care of each other and spread love not hate."

He said it is only fair as Africans to stand out and speak against xenophobic attacks and love each other regardless of where we come from.Pallaso is famed for the hit singles Bubble Remix, Mukyakale, Ekiro Munzika, Twatoba and Sanyu Lyange, among others.

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