By Betty Nampijja
Musician Ssemanda Mansour also known as King Saha has aimed a dig at Bebe Cool for ‘frustrating’ the UMA elections.
On Monday (June 6, 2022) skirmishes characterized the
Uganda Musicians Association (UMA) tally center at the National Theatre, which later led to the cancellation
As voting went on online, King Saha and his lawyer Kampala Lord Mayor Elias Lukwago stormed UMA tally center with claims that there was vote rigging, expressing their dissatisfaction with the voting process.
By the time they invaded the tally center, King Saha’s opponent Cinderella Sanyu was still leading.
The Chairman Electoral commissioner was forced to halt the voting and postpone it until further notice.
According to King Saha, the trick ‘Zakayo’wanted to use didn’t work out. Saha recently released a song “Zakayo” where he mentioned he was singing about Bebe Cool.
He took to his socials to write, “The Guns were more than the artistes but the plans of Zakayo failed. Forgive me if this post offends you. I woke up in a good mood. I love you my fans thank you for holding my back,” he posted.