Saturday, October 06 2012
The Yoga Yoga song was launched but shortly after, Estar was over heard expressing her dissatisfaction with the way she was being side lined after doing so much in composing what has now become the official Jubilee song.
Kaweesa tried to respond to the issue informally but to Estar, this was more like speaking in parables. Knowing that time was of essence here with the count down to the big day that will see Uganda mark 50 years of independence, Esther Nabaasa filed a suit regarding the ownership of the song.
Court stopped the song from playing to that time when the rights issue was sorted. On Friday (Oct 5, 2012), the affected parties had some how gotten a way around it. The CEO of Spirit Africa Ltd, Richard Kaweesa and the TPF2 Winner Esther Nabaasa aka Estar held a press conference at the Media Centre regarding the Yoga Yoga dispute.
In a statement released on Friday, it was agreed that: "In a spirit of reconciliation, we have resolved the Yoga Yoga copyright misunderstanding...The Spirit of Africa went ahead to apologize for the communication gap to other authors of Yoga Yoga Uganda."
Esther Confirms Conflict is Over
And when someone wrongs you and they take responsibility and apologize with sincerety, be willing to forgive and forge ahead. This is the example I would like to set. Happy Jubilee Celebrations everyone!"
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