Finally the highly awaited confirmation from Golden Productions singer Ronald Mayinja on whether he will join fellow artists mention Bobi Wine and Judith Babirye to parliament has finally passed as the ‘Tuli Ku Bukenke’ hit singer has confirmed his will to contest in the fourth coming general elections as a legislator representing the masses of Bukomansimbi district located in Greater Masaka, Central region.
The tall slim artist famously known for outing controversial hit songs attacking the regime in power like ‘Tuli Ku Bukenke’, ‘Africa’ among others has been a great companion of the opposition politicians in their quest for presidency who has been seen constantly on campaign rallies of opposition candidates during by elections steaming up debate in the populace on whether he could be in the making to join politics in a short while.
Mayanja revealed his secret for Ugandans especially the Bukomansimbi electorate of his desire to contest for the district parliamentary seat come 2021 during a special visit to a friend and independent MP representing Mityana municipality Hon Francis Zaake at Rubaga hospital who has been bedridden for days after being effected with serious beatings by the former Commander of the national army General Katumba Wamala that injured his health during the Thursday 29th September 2017 parliamentary fists fight between legislators and the state security.
The recent survey of the academic qualifications for MPs in the Ugandan 10th parliament indicated that 16% of the members in the house are teachers via the Parliament Watch Uganda, 12% social workers, 9% are lawyers, accountants being at 9%, 8% are administrators, economists make it at 5%, engineers 4%, journalists 3% while 34% are other qualifications.
Anticipated, artists have the comparative advantage of making it to the August house because of their realistic influence they possess in the populace through their talent consumed by the electorate hoping Mayinja will put an icing on the cake to enjoy the improved privileges in the country as a honorable.