The currently serving president of the Uganda musicians Association (UMA) songstress Cinderella Sanyu alias Cindy has spoken out about the on-going feud between artistes who were reportedly beaten from Gulu.
A section of artistes who had mobilized themselves to head to the north at the head offices of Operation Wealth Creation headed by Salim Saleh faced it rough when they failed to accomplish their mission.
The artistes are said to have organized and stormed general Salim Saleh presenting their pressing financial issues following the continued lockdown on the entertainment industry.
However, the musicians came out with allegations that Cindy connived with security and commanded the army and authorities to flog them (musicians) while in Gulu.
Meanwhile, on the contrary Cindy has trashed the allegations and revealed that artistes did all they did secretly and stormed (OWC) operation wealth creations offices without clear appointment and notice from UMA top heads who were rather asked to reschedule the appointment.
“It’s very unfortunate for what happened to our colleagues being beaten but the problem is with our dear artistes and organizers who did not listen to instruction and never had any appointment, well they reached the offices but were later asked to go back to Kampala and reschedule their appointment plus a token of transport refund but they vowed to protest and keep around not until they were paid off and given their demands, something which I believe might have compelled the authorities to act” Cindy affirmed.
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Cindy further vowed not to step down as the association leader amidst criticisms but rather look for avenues of having artistes join the umbrella to forge a future and way forward.
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