Nigerian artist Omah Lay seems to have set an exceptional record to perform at a crowded concert in Kampala amidst the government ban on musical concerts due to Covid-19. In March President Yoweri Kuguta Museveni put a ban on concerts and bars as a coronavirus preventive measure, a move that hasn’t been lifted.
The concert, Nigeria’s Omah Lay put up has however left many Ugandan celebrities puzzled with many criticizing the government of double standards.
“The concert that took place last night, was it to rise funds for more oxygen for COVID19 patients? What’s with the double standards? If our Ugandan artists can’t hold concerts anymore as we try to fight the pandemic, why was this particular one allowed to go on,” Lucky Mbabazi, a Ugandan media personality said.
Lwanga Douglas, TV personality – Theres alot of unfair play in both political and Entertainment circles. Some bars are open others are not & struggling, some concerts happen with crowds others are not allowed, some politicians can have crowds others not. This was last nite. A concert with crowds and it went on smoothly. Can we just play Fair in this Country for all Ugandans to love their country?
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This concert has left many Ugandans questioning how authorities allowed such an event to take place. In addition, amid the continued ban on concerts and bars during this Covid-19 pandemic when crowds are prohibited.
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