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Ex-Gov Candidate Blasted for Encouraging Attack on Ugandans in Nigeria Over Omah Lay’s Arrest

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Ex-Gov Candidate Blasted for Encouraging Attack on Ugandans in Nigeria Over Omah Lay’s Arrest.

Two Nigerian vocalists, Omah Lay and Tems, were captured in Uganda for acting in a show regardless of limitation by the public authority because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The issue has created various responses via online media the same number of Nigerians censured the capture and request the prompt arrival of the couple including their administrators.

Former governorship and senatorial competitor in Lagos State, Babatunde Olalere Gbadamosi, has been impacted by Nigerians via online media for encouraging an assault on Ugandans leaving in Nigeria.

He stated: “Are there any Ugandans moving freely in Nigeria at this moment? If it’s true, why?”

The assertion has produced various responses via social media. Nigerians blasted him for his comment.

See a portion of the remarks underneath.

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Omah Lay and Tems have at last been released by the Ugandan authority after the intercession of the Nigerian government.

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