Nigerian Musicians, Omahlay and Tems have been released from prison, after spending two days and nights in police custody in Uganda.

The two singers were arrested because they violated the Covid 19 guidelines in Uganda after they performed in a concert which was attended by several Ugandian youths.

On Monday, December 14th they were arraigned in court on charges of doing “acts that are likely to spread the infectious Covid-19.”

Omahlay and Tems during their court appearance on December 14th

Omahlay and Tems were supposed to remain in police custody untill Wednesday December 16th when they would have had another court appearance. However it appears that their case has been waded off as they were both released from police custody today.


Official documents stating their release from Ugandan police custody was also shared on social media.


Omahlay’s official statement of release from Ugandan police custody
Tems official statement of release from Ugandan police custody.

The news of their release has caused great excitement in Nigeria, and of course fans of the singers have taken to social media to pour in comments in both of the singers social media pages


@iam_lynpiper: Am filled with joy Omahlay has been Released ??? Bro oya dey come house We don miss you Give us Christmas sing better one ni

@mentor841: Thanks God bless Omahlay is free

@mentor841: My tems is back ooo thanks God

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Thank God that both singers were released. We truly can’t wait for their arrival back to Nigeria. Feel free to leave your comments in the comment section below.

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