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UMA’s planned online voting won’t be transparent – Ykee Benda

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Former Uganda Musicians Association (UMA) president Ykee Benda has added his voice to that of King Saha to fight online voting.

UMA is set to conduct elections on the 6th of June 2022 but they insisted that artists in different clusters will vote online.

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As a member of UMA, Ykee Benda said Covid-19 is no longer in existence and he doesn’t see the reason why UMA would consider online voting.

According to Ykee Benda, online voting is not free and fair and he said he thinks some of them will take an advantage to rig votes.

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“I don’t support online voting, it’s not free and fair and not transparent. I don’t see any reason why they would call for online voting yet the economy is fully open. Voting should be physical,” Ykee Benda revealed.

It should be noted that UMA said they don’t have enough funds to run physical voting.

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