Ykee Benda swears in as Uganda Musicians Association (UMA) President

Ykee Benda swears in as Uganda Musicians Association (UMA) President
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Uganda’s finest R&B singer Ykee Benda has today officially sworn in as the new Uganda Musicians Association (UMA) president. At the same function, songstress Cinderella Sanyu also sworn in as the new vice-president of the UMA.

Ykee Benda revealed a few things about UPRS and its website that was launched last week.

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“UPRS got a new website, this website is going to be representing what UPRS is… However, it was done with help from NITA… Therefore we shall all use this website to register to become new members of UPRS.

You will need your National Id, Email address, your phone, date of birth, label, Payment model, We can do VISA, Mobile money, or Bank, The website was launched last week, therefore we shall let you know when the registration shall begin,” Ykee Benda, president Uganda Musicians Association said.

“After registration, this is when we shall sit and have a general meeting and vote the board that shall run the UPRS. Therefore don’t fail to register because you need to have a say on this body.

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About the Money

I want to officially tell you that as it stands we are still waiting for the official communication, therefore when the time comes the media shall aid in this activity. We want to appeal to the president and the task force that we are in a very bad state financially, therefore we are sending out a voice today so that Ugandan musicians get back on stage.

However, considering whatever is going on around the country, people need entertainment. We as musicians want to entertain the people like you for votes out there,,, Therefore I am pleading to the president to allow us to have a meeting and have artists back on stage without violating the SOP’s. Therefore that is the most important remark of the day concerning musicians in this country,” Tugume Ykee Benda said.

Vice-Presidents speech Cindy Sanyu

“Thanks for coming because we are still in lockdown. I also want to thank the committee to have belief in me to give me this opportunity to become the new vice-president of UMA…

Details to follow…

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