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Henry Tigan demands Shs500m from Federation for musicians’ needs


Henry Tigan has come forward with a bold claim regarding the money meant to suppress Ugandan musicians’ needs, which the Federation recently received.

The Abogezi singer insists that he deserves a whopping 500 million Ugandan shillings from the Uganda National Musicians Federation, led by Eddy Kenzo because he is also an artist and deserves it.

The Uganda National Musicians Federation has played a crucial role in supporting and promoting local musicians.

Recently, the Federation received a significant sum of money reportedly around Shs5bn, the details of which are currently under scrutiny but Tigan firmly believes that he is entitled to a substantial portion of this money, and he is willing to take action to secure what he believes is rightfully his.

He, although hinted at how great the idea of bringing together about ten legendary artists like the Afrigo Band, Bobi Wine, Chameleone, Mesach Ssemakula, and others for a Kikadde show.

He suggests that if artists like those came together for a big show, it would be a moment of excitement for fans and the industry at large.

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