Singer Joseph Mayanja popularly known as Jose Chameleon who has been in the diaspora for close to two months left the country at a time when most of his musical concerts had been cancelled by the authorities.
At a time in July, Chameleone had actively started politically engaging himself in so many political activities after declaring that he was a certified Democratic Party member who is vowing to aspire as the Kampala city Lord Mayor.
However, the good news to the Leone Island camp has been okayed to hold musical shows even in the Masaka sub region where he was stopped from performing.
The Regional Police Spokesperson, Paul Kangave on Monday asserted that Chameleon has a right and free to sing during his shows as they had planned just after his managers fulfilled the requirements.
“Chameleon and his managers had not followed the set guidelines like telling us the agreement they have with the agreement they have with the organisers and the number of people expected at their show since everything has fulfilled, he’s free to sing now,” police affirmed.
Chameleone was not the first musician to be banned from performing after declaring his political ambitions, the first was Bobi Wine who up to now has never been given a licence to perform on public events asserting that he politicizes the musical concerts.
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