Nigeria’s sensational singers, Omah Lay and Tems have broken their silence after their sad experience in Uganda.
iBrandTV gathered that both singers arrived in Nigeria yesterday, following their arrest by Uganda’s authorities, after performing at a concert. It was thereafter revealed that they flouted COVID-19 order.
After a series of outcry on social media by activists, colleagues of the singers, fans and well-wishers, they were released and brought back home.
The singers took to their various social media platforms to recount their experience in Uganda.
In a series of tweets shared by Omah Lay, he revealed that his experience was one of the toughest in his life and wouldn’t wish that for anyone.
He further stated that he was in a new country and met a lot of beautiful people but was later treated like a common thief.
In another tweet, he thanked his Ugandan fans for their support adding that it was not his intention to put them in harm’s way because the promoters of the show confirmed to him that the event was COVID-19 compliant and the police were also on standby while the show was ongoing.
Omay Lay thanked his family members for their prayers and apologised for all the troubles he put them through.
Read his tweets below:
Also, Tems took to social media to release a press statement where she explained that there were safety terms outlined in the agreement for the show and the police were present while she performed on stage.
She explained further that she would not have been part of the show if she knew it would put people at risk.
See her post below: