Breaking: Ugandan Police Release Omah Lay, Tems,

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SWITZERLAND, DECEMBER 15 – Omah lay, Tems and Temilade Openiyi who were held in Uganda over breach of Covid 19 protocols by the Ugandan police have finally been released, Today’s Echo gathers.

The artistes were reportedly released after a court on Tuesday following the intervention of Ugandan music stars, Bebe Cool and Bobi Wine.

This news was posted by Ugandan’s music artiste BebeCool on his twitter handle today. He was also spotted trying to secure the release of the singers. This is coming after his controversial statement against foreign performers.

Another Ugandan celebrity and former presidential contestant, Bobi Wine, has been working to get the Nigerian artistes released.

“As I announced today, my lawyers joined in representing @Omah_Lay, Tems & the Ugandans charged. Delighted to see the illegal & unfair charges dropped! Evidence that voices matter, that PEOPLE POWER can force the people in power to act. We must never underestimate our potential!” Bobi Wine Tweeted.

(3) BOBI WINE on Twitter: “As I announced today, my lawyers joined in representing @Omah_Lay, Tems &amp; the Ugandans charged. Delighted to see the illegal &amp; unfair charges dropped! Evidence that voices matter, that PEOPLE POWER can force the people in power to act. We must never underestimate our potential! https://t.co/53LT8DTbkr” / Twitter

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