It appears some Ugandan citizens are happy over the recent arrest of Omah Lay and Tems as they have dragged Omah Lay on Twitter for lamenting over his arrest.
Recall that Omah Lay and Tems were arrested on December 14 and detained by the Police in Uganda for violating the country’s COVID-19 restrictions.
This follows shortly after Omah Lay and Tems held a sold-out concert in the East-African nation. Omah Lay confirmed their arrest in a post on social media and revealed that he was in police custody, but now he and Tems have been sent to court, and they are treating them so badly as if they have killed someone as they are being sent to court in handcuffs.
Omar Lay also took to his official Twitter handle to tweet and asked that he is just a singer trying to entertain, why is he being set up in Uganda.
However, some citizens of Uganda who think the laws in their country is bigger than Omar Lay took to the comment section of his tweet and dragged him.
Check out the tweets below;
We gona show u true colours of Uganda………
Just chill and got to Kitalyaaaa
— Mwesigwa Mark (@MwesigwaMark6) December 14, 2020
Uganda has Laws, being a singer like you call yourself doesn’t exempt you from those laws. Next time you will be a little sensible
— HornyBaby🚀 (@Sewasswa) December 14, 2020
In Uganda we don’t have witchcrafts and conmen. If you break the law then definitely you get ready to face the wrath. so stop grinning
— Lenga Fred Junior (@FredLenga) December 14, 2020