By Ahmad Muto
Singer King Saha is just one of the many artistes with a cocktail of issues with the Uganda Performing Rights Society (UPRS) charged with collecting their royalties.
According to him, he fell out with them after going to their offices to collect his royalties only to be informed by a one Wasula, one of the officials that he didn’t know him.
“They didn’t know me yet even the ladies I found there asked me for selfies. I have been here for years and entertained people. That was the last time I went there,” he said.
He claims though that could be because he had gone to collect money but it would have been different if he had taken it to them.
This was while responding to a question about the Uganda Musicians Association (UMA) which is one of the many entertainers’ factions formed to lobby their interests. He is not a part of it but says he seeks to understand them first to decide whether to join or not.