Ronald Mayinja launches a peace NGO to manage and organize legal concerts in Uganda
Renowned band musician and possibly the most politically and socially driven Ugandan singer Ronald Mayinja has finally launched an NGO called Peace for All, All for peace.
According to Ronald Mayinja, he says this new NGO – Peace for All, All for peace is meant to restore peace and co-existence among Ugandans.
“We have five core values so far. One of them is to make a nationwide tour with a view of sensitizing Ugandans on the importance of peace and unity. We are also going to compose music in different languages for the same cause, “he said during a press conference today.Tweet
Tuli Ku Bunkenke singer, Ronald Mayinja said that after seeking permission from the authorities, he and other team members will travel across the country to raise awareness and make the objectives of the newly launched NGO known.
“We are going to organize legal concerts with permission from the Police. We are going to promote mutual respect. For one another regardless of political affiliations, religion, and tribe because we are all one as Ugandans,” Mayinja informed public.Tweet
Ronald, however, did not hesitate to condemn the police’s actions to block Hon Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine‘s musical concerts, saying that he had the right to perform for his fans.
Besides, Mayinja did not talk about the current political problems of Kyadondo East Constituency Member of Parliament Robert Kyagulanyi, as many would expect him to do.
Ronald Mayinja became popular after his release of the song Claire in 1999 which dominated the airwaves of most of Uganda’s radio stations. But Tuli Ku Bunkenke was another great one that pushed him to launch his maiden album in the run-up to the 2006 general election.
The same song also served as an anthem used to highlight the evils of the ruling government.
According to his actions nowadays, politics is his latest venture and he has gone ahead to show interest in contesting for candidacy in the coming 2021 general elections. Ronald Mayinja is pushing for a platform to deal with grievances in society.
Therefore, he chose to have one leg still in music and another in politics.
In an interview, Ronald Mayinja said the three things that other people don’t know about him.
“Most people tag me to the Democratic Party, yet I merely have friends within the party as I do in others. I fight for noble causes, so I mingle with people from different parties. I am a good reader of current affairs and my preference is national news. Because I relate with theTweet
When asked about a living person that he most admires, Ronald Mayinja openly disclosed him.
“Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda is not personal and relates with all people regardless of the political affiliation. We need such people to move Uganda forward, “said Ronald Mayinja.Tweet