Ssemanda Mansour, also known as King Saha, a talented singer and aspiring president of the Uganda Musicians Association (UMA).
King Saha is one of the few Ugandan artists who does not currently rent a place to live.
His neighbor, on the other hand, is not letting him go easily, as the two are fighting over the road leading to their homes.
Yesterday, King Saha was overheard complaining that one of his neighbors had begun constructing a house in the middle of the road leading to his house.
Saha stated that this neighbor has been raising concerns about the road that leads to his house for a long time.
“I don’t know what my neighbor wants me to do now after constructing in the middle of the road that leads to my home. I have no where to pass at the moment. He has been bringing up issues for so many years,” King Saha stated.
However, King Saha is not the first artist to be involved in land disputes; Kabako, Bobi Wine have also been involved in a land dispute last year.