The Uganda National Musicians Federation was formed in May of this year, but some critics believe it has taken too long to deliver.
Musicians like King Saha have already called for its disbursement, claiming that it is taking forever to achieve even a single aim of its formation.
He believes that in its disbursement, it will save taxpayers' money, which is currently going to waste every day and time musicians spend at Serenne Suites in Mutudwe.
"They have spent over 10 billion Ugandan shillings of taxpayers' money, but nothing has been delivered. It's almost a year, and we can't see the results. It's been a matter of sipping Champagne, wines, and spirits. Let them close if they have failed on what they promised," he partly said in an interview with a local YouTuber.
King Saha happens to be the Vice President of the Uganda Musicians Association and believes UMA is enough to achieve copyright law for musicians.