Nigerian singer Omah Lay and Tems has reportedly been charged to court in Uganda.
This happened after the artists were arrested yesterday, December 13 by the Uganda Kewat police for breaking the COVID-19 guideline following his performance in a show.
The deputy spokesman of kampala police in Uganda confirmed that the singer’s were arrested after they broke the COVID-19 guidelines.
In a statement released in Twitter, he wrote;
“Nigerian Artist Omah lay has been arrested by katwe police , the manager of the venue one Dungu Ivan and the Events manager Prim Kasana are also in custody .”
More details to follow
Omah Lay in a tweet today, December 14, confirmed that he and Tems were handcuffed. The singer allegedly said that they were treated like they killed someone.
“I’m just a singer trying to entertain, why am I being set up in Uganda?”
“Is there something bigger at play in Uganda? Why do I have to take the fall for it???”
“Why am I being detained? Why am I not been given a right to a fair hearing? I didn’t organize a show, I came on stage and saw teeming fans and sang to them…” Omah Lay said on Twitter.
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