The statement reveals that the two associations are trying to work hand in hand in order for the music industry to go forward.
When the UNMF was unveiled, many people had a lot to say about it. Some musicians didn’t support it claiming that they are targeting money from government while others said it is now washing away UMA.
For UMA it has been in existence for some years although it has been having issues in leadership.
According to the statement released, UMA revealed that although they are trying to work with the federation, they are under the guidance of Uganda National Cultural center and National Cultural Forum.
It is now clear that UMA and UNMF are not competing, they are all working hard to put the Ugandan music industry to the next level.
“As you may already know, there have been ongoing discussions about the formation of the proposed Uganda Musicians Federation (UNMF). We want to assure you that UMA has been actively engaging in these discussions and is open to further consultations to best represent your interests. Our goal is to work collaboratively with all stakeholders, harmonizing our industry and taking it to greater heights.
We are currently awaiting guidance from the Uganda National Cultural Centre (UNCC) and the National Cultural Forum (NCF), as they play a crucial role in guiding us on the roadmap for the federation of the music industry,” Part of the statement read.
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