UMA Presidential aspirant Lord Bitem has vowed to declare himself the winner of the race in case the association electoral committee dares to extend the election date again.
Lord Bitem is one of the candidates vying for the Uganda Musicians Association (UMA) top-notch office.
On 21st May, UMA through a press statement revealed that it rescheduled the election to render ample time to educate the voters about scientific voting.
The voting for the association’s respective leaders is expected to happen on 6th June, and Bitem will be tussling with King Saha and Cindy Sanyu in the highly competitive presidential race.
In an interview with Urban TV, Lord Bitem stressed that his voters were ready to cast their votes on 23rd May, but they were disappointed with UMA’s election postponement.
In the same interview, Bitem noted that he is the superior contender in the race, and all his rivals are already intimidated by his vigor.
Bitem further swore to declare himself the winner, in incase the association electoral committee sets another date for the elections.