Musician Ykee Benda resigned as Uganda Musicians' Association (UMA) president after taking over from Sophie Gombya who also quit, concentrating on her political career.
Cindy had been the acting President and during her tenure, she has managed to bring new changes.
Recently, she managed to organize a meeting to register artists in Kampala and it was greatly attended by various established and upcoming artists.
Ykee Benda hailed Cindy for being a great leader and doing a better job than the previous presidents.
“Cindy is doing a good job because we wouldn’t want the mistakes done by us to be repeated by the next president. It is a very good thing that she is moving the association forward. She has put the association at a better level than I left it,” he said during an interview with Spark TV.
Swangz Avenue boss Julius Kyazze was the first UMA President.