Musicians are putting the government on pressure to free music shows so that they can also begin to earn a living just like fellow Ugandans in other sectors.
Musicians like Cindy Ssanyu, Roden Y, Big Eye Starboss, Brian Avie and others have started claiming for fair justice about freeing their talents. However, the King Herself Cindy Ssanyu is not happy with the way musicians are treated. They have been starving for four months now.
Most of the other business sectors were re-opened but the art industry is still pending up to now yet everyone deserves a chance to earn a better living.
“Good day family. The creative arts industry is under siege again. Help us spread the word till they say something. This is so unfair. (If you don’t know what I am talking about please post on 23rd July for details)” She posted.
“Banking dogs seldomly bit shouting on social media won’t help any of you just get out of your comfort zone and stand for your rights. We all the solution to this so madam Cindy it’s okay to post this but am not sure whether UCC as seen the CINDY effect’” One of her fans wasn’t on her side of view.
To be honest, musicians not only here in Uganda but also elsewhere in the world have been pushed to the wall since the outbreak. The president of Uganda Musician Association Sophie Gombya said many musicians are worried that they will soon be evicted from rented houses.
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