No, Cebuano does not have uvulars. A q does not an uvular make (or
signify). Neither do Ilonggo nor Akeanon (related languages in the
Bisayan sub group of the Philippine languages) have uvulars. It does
have a glottal stop.

Akeanon /ak'Ganon/ is interesting however because there exists a
voiced velar fricative /G/  where cognates have /l/. Akeanon also has
/dl/ where Tagalog for instance has /r/ (/r/ split to /dl/):

Tagalog: Aklanon
Akeanon: Akeanon

Tagalog: Araw - sun/day
Aklanon: Adlaw - sun/day

The way Akeanon represents this voiced velar fricative is with e.
Which I find interesting/col as there *is* /e/ in Aklanon.

Listen Johnny;
You're like a mother to the girl you've fallen for,
And you're still falling,
And if they come tonight
You'll roll up tight and take whatever's coming to you next.

Slow Graffitti - Belle and Sebastian