Nigerian Ministry Of Foreign Affairs Intervenes In Tems & Omah Lay Arrest In Uganda

The Nigerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has intervened in Omah Lay and Tems situation following a public outcry by several Nigerians in response to their arrest in Uganda.

Nigerians took to Twitter to call for the release of the singers following allegations of disobeying COVID-19 rules in Uganda by performing at a concert. Omah Lay had revealed that the Ugandan police had restricted the Nigerian ministry of foreign affairs from intervening in the sitiuation. Tems and Omah Lay are currently remanded until Wednesday when they will be produced in court for further hearing of the charges pressed against them.

According to the Chairman/CEO of Nigerian in Diaspora Commission – Abike Dabiri, Foreign Affairs Minister of Nigeria – Geoffrey Onyeama has been on the matter. In a message shared on Twitter, the former member of the Nigeria Federal House of Representatives wrote; “#FreeOmahLay#FreeTems . The Nigerian mission in Uganda is doing everything to get them freed. Minister @GeoffreyOnyeama has also been on the matter. @nidcom_gov is also in touch with their Lawyers.”

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