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“If anyone sees me stealing votes, let them take pictures videos,” Cindy Sanyu speaks out on rigging UMA elections

Singer and reigning Uganda Musicians Association (UMA) president Cinderella Ssanyu alias Cindy has called out her haters, asking them to stop making funny accusations.

This was made in reference to allegations from King Saha’s camp, accusing her of influencing online vote rigging during UMA elections.

On Monday 6th June 2022, Uganda Musicians Association (UMA) were voting for the new leaders but by mid-day, voting had been stopped after King Saha stormed the tally center claiming there was vote rigging.

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By the time the voting stopped Cindy Sanyu was still in the lead.

Voting didn’t only stop but also different artists went ahead on social media and media houses saying the voting wasn’t free and fair.

According to Cindy, all the accusations are not true. She actually boldly said if anyone ever saw her rigging the votes they should take pictures and videos for evidence or go live on Facebook.

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“We need to stop making funny accusations. If anyone sees me stealing votes, let them take pictures videos, or even go live on Facebook,” Cindy Sanyu pleaded in self defence while speaking to a local television.