Following the botched elections of the Uganda Musicians Association (UMA) office bearers and with no tentative re-election in sight, singer and former UMA president Cindy Sanyu has repossessed office along with her former cabinet.
On Wednesday 10th August, Cindy Sanyu, resumed her role at UMA as president.
She shared a photo of herself posing for a kodak moment with other members of her cabinet; Phina Mugerwa, Justin Bas, and Renah Nalumansi.
Cindy revealed that she had stepped back into office as president.
At a press conference held later, Cindy confirmed they were back in office to work as they await a better electoral process in the future.
“We have work to do as an association so we can’t continue without anyone in the office,” Cindy said.
“The Executive Committee led by the president, takes full possession of UMA offices and full responsibility of affairs of the association…the offices are now open and members can come in for member services,” reads the statement in part.
Meanwhile, King Saha, one of the artists who was running for the presidency is still pondering his next step. According to his close associates, the Zakayo hit star has since held several meetings in search of ways and ideas of striking back and cliping Cindy’s wings.
“We are not seated. The day we are to strike back, trust us the impact will be felt,” Kabako, one of the artists in King Saha’s camp, warned.
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