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UMA elections postponed amid complaints after concerns from candidates

The Uganda Musicians Association has postponed the elections which were already ongoing due to the complaints from the members.

The Uganda Musicians Association has postponed the elections which were already ongoing due to the complaints from the members.

This was after many of the artistes expressed their dissatisfaction with the voting process, led by singer Mansoor Ssemanda alias King Saha, a presidential candidate.

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King Saha, in particular, turned up at the National Theatre, the venue for the highly anticipated elections with his lawyer to lodge in his complaints about the voting portal.

Despite the complaints, the UMA electoral commission chairman Mr. Geoffrey Ekongot dismissed the complaints saying there is no need to hold another election because everything was going on well.

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However, after more protests and discontent from the members, the UMA electoral commission was forced to issue a statement announcing they have postponed the voting to a later date.

“With all the overwhelming concerns from various candidates and members, our Electoral Commission has made a decision to stop today’s UMA general elections. We shall announce a way forward in due course! Regards.” Read the official statement.

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