By Ronald Kabuye
The battle between musicians under the Uganda musician association TUMA best known by the campaign save Ugandan music headed by the swagz avenue boss Julius Kyazze and UPRS is not about to end.
This after the team reportedly hired two law firms, appointed former minister and Soroti municipality legislator Captain Mike Mukula and government registrar to investigate and come up with a comprehensive report on the operations of the only loyalty collecting society in the country that’s Uganda performing rights society UPRS headed by Wasuula before taking the battle to the courts of law.
Despite the development UPRS is going about its work normally and apparently has put up a notice informing the performing society that registration is free of charge as long as they possess the following requirements.
These include a copy of the work on the cd and its lyrics, two recent passport photos and a copy of the identity card/passport/ birth certificate for next of kin ( if below 16 years) should be accompanied by a parent or a guardian, bank account details, mobile number contact among others