Eddy Kenzo, known for his music and controversies, recently made headlines for his visit to State House. The Big Talent boss clarified that his visit was legitimate, emphasizing his role as the federation's leader engaging in discussions with the country's President.
"I visited the President at State House, not at his political party offices. This means I visited him in his capacity as the President of Uganda, not as the Chairman of NRM," he clarified.
Kenzo added that while UNMF members have the freedom to support their preferred political parties, they are obligated to collaborate with Sevo as the head of the government.
"Everyone has their choices in political affiliations, but it's essential to work with the government as they shape policies," he asserted in an interview with a local television.
The Big Talent boss stressed the government's crucial role in improving the music industry, leading to ongoing discussions for its enhancement.