Media critic Eddy Ssendi showered King Saha with praises saying he is more enterprising than many other Ugandan musicians. He has invested heavily in different businesses around town.
Ssendi said the singer can now rely on his other businesses to survive even if he doesn't earn money from performances.
"King Saha is more developmental than many other musicians who make noise for us. He has heavily invested his money and he doesn't need to perform to earn," he partly said in an interview with local television.
King Saha opened up a Bar and Grill along Entebbe Road. He also owns a farm on Kalagala island.