Uganda Communication Communication has banned ‘Tumbiza Sound‘, a song they say is misleading the public regarding COVID-19. According to them this song is undermining all the efforts put in place to control the spread of coronavirus.
With immediate effect, they asked all broadcasting media that is radio and television to deny that song airplay.
This however has caused a lot of mixed emotions from both the fans and presenters. Their argument is the song has been in place for a long time so why come out now. According to them, the song actually encourages keeping of the SOPs as they should be and yet the UCC is saying otherwise.
There are lines in the song that look like are encouraging lawlessness about Coronavirus. The confusion however, are on other lines that encourage safety.
Obviously, most Ugandans who love chaos have been running to their social media platforms. The song has hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube as of today. By today morning the song has over 500k views and if things continue this way it will hit 1 million in just a week.
fans are however so disappointed in Ugandan artistes who went quiet on this issue and yet they made a lot of noise for Omar Lay when he was arrested.
The Tumbiza Sound hit maker, Eezzy has not yet come out to say a word since the banning of the song. Even the UCC office has chosen to let the issue just go. They just ordered and are probably not willing to face the pressure from the people.
Well, we shall see how this ends but this song has surely made lemonade out of the lemons that have been thrown at it.
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