The Uganda Musicians Association (UMA) held general elections on Monday, but they were called off before all members had a chance to vote.
Voting began at 10 a.m., and by 3 p.m., Cindy Sanyu was leading by such a large margin that many people had already declared her the UMA President.
Unfortunately, King Saha, his counsel Erias Lukwago, and team members Feffe Buusi and Roden Y Kabako expressed their unhappiness, alleging rigging.
The chairperson of the UMA electoral commission was compelled to call off the elections after a brief period of chaos.
Bebe Cool, who favoured Cindy, called King Saha a “hooligan” when commenting on the matter.
“He’s just a hooligan,” he remarked, “but that stupidity won’t work,” Bebe Cool said.
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