Describing the days that followed his arrest ordeal as some of them toughest in his life, Deported Nigerian Fast rising artist, Omah lay has said that he was treated like a common thief. Omah was arrested on Sunday following his performance at a city Concert together with a Nigerian female artist Tem for violation of Covid-19 restrictions on concerts. The charges were later dropped on Tuesday and the Musicians were later deported.
“The past few days have been some of the toughest of my life that I wouldn’t wish them on anyone. Out in a new country with some beautiful people, the next thing I’m being treated like a common thief,” Omah lay said.
“First off I want to thank all the amazing fans that came out to see me in Uganda, the smiles on your happy faces that evening would be one of my happiest memories,” he said.
Omah has also cleared the waves that his concert was cleared by authorities including the Covid-19 compliance.
“Also I wanna clarify that putting you in harms way was never my intentions! Before we came out to Uganda, the show promoters confirmed and proved to us they’d secured all the clearances which of course included Covid 19 compliance,” Omah lay said.
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“At that point, my sole obligation became to make myself available to be taken to the venue and entertain, which I did in the full glance and protection of the Ugandan police,” he said.
Thanking those who helped in his realese, Omah lay said “Big shout out to the musicians, the celebrities, fans (Again and again), my family, my friends, my Label, The Nigerian Mission in Uganda, The Presidency, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Madam Abike. Thank you all so much!”