UMA presidential aspirant Mansour Ssemanda alias King Saha has said that he is willing to help his voters get to the polling station come June 28, 2022.
Speaking to sQoop, Saha has revealed plans of facilitating his voters with transport that will bring them to the Uganda National Cultural Center gardens and back to their destinations.
“My team is in talks to find means of helping our voters who have financial constraints. Fortunately, most of them are positive and have already assured us of their presence. The pain they feel for this industry is making them put in so much. But still, we are planning for those who cannot afford the movements.” He said
Saha’s assurance follows Geoffrey Ekongot’s statement after the re-announcement of a new voting date. He said that prayer is the only help UMA can render to registered musicians who want to vote but lack the means of coming to the polling center.
UMA elections are scheduled for June 28, 2022, and will be held at the Uganda National Cultural Center gardens. Cindy Sanyu’s known numbers could not be reached at press time.
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