Uganda Musician Association (UMA) president Cindy Sanyu has explained why the association can’t fight for Bobi Wine to reclaim his performing rights that were deprived of him by the government.
Ever since Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine took a political direction, the government imposed on him stringent restriction to an extent that he can no longer step on stage.
Efforts for Bobi Wine to reclaim his performing rights have since been futile, and this has raised a few eyebrows.
During her surprise baby shower party yesterday, UMA president Cindy Sanyu was tasked to remark on the government’s decision to deprive Bobi of his performing rights.
In her response, Cindy revealed that UMA only fights for the rights of its members, and not those that have never shown any interest in the association.
Cindy added that if Bobi Wine needs UMA’s assistance, he must formally request it from the association; otherwise, they are powerless to intervene in his disputes with the government.
Cindy maintained that if Bobi fulfills the aforementioned requirements, the association is willing to fight and speak for him in an effort to step on stage again.