Singer Cindy Sanyu is one of the artistes that came out guns blazing after new regulations were slapped on the performing arts industry. Like most of the other stakeholders, she was totally against the regulations until they were suspended.

Her efforts, however, did not go down in vain as it turns out, she is now the vice president of the Uganda Musician’s Association (UMA), a body that was formed last year to bring musicians together to have a common voice to advocate for their rights.

Cindy is said to have beaten off stiff competition for the position to deputize singer Ykee Benda who was promoted to the presidency after Sophie Gombya, the former president resigned to join active politics.

Cindy defeated singer Mary Bata, Sarah Zawedde, and Mariam Ndagire for the second most powerful position in the Association.

Last week we reported about a video of Cindy rehearsing that got social media buzzing with questions about a baby bump. She got engaged to actor Joel Prince Atiku months ago.