Ugandan Presidential candidate calls for the release of Omah Lay, Tems, one other
Ugandan Presidential candidate Bobi Wine urge the Ugandan Police authority to release the arrested trio of Nigerians entertainers Omay Lay, Tems and one other for performing in a concert in the East African country.
Bobi Wine, a legendary musician and politician who is poised to defeat incumbent President Museveni of Uganda in their forthcoming general election says the arrest has nothing to do with violation of COVID-19 rules in the country.
“There is no rule of law in Uganda. This country runs on orders from a small circle of oppressors who dispense orders that are implemented without question. There’s absolutely no reason why our brothers should still be detained yet their concert was under police watch”, says Bobi Wine while calling for the release of Omay Lay and others arrested during the concert in Uganda.
Nigerian singers,Omah Lay, Tems and one other Nigerian was charged to court yesterday for violating COVID-19 rules as they performed in a concert in the country three days ago.
The Nigerian trio has now spent more than 24 hours behind bar in the East African nation despite calls for their release particularly from their colleagues in the entertainment industry in Africa.
The arrest of Omah Lay, Tems, and others is generating diverse opinions already with some claiming the arrest is not because of COVID-19 but the supports Bobi Wine’s ambition is enjoying from Nigerians.