Talented female singer and songwriter Tems have finally opened up on what she went through in Uganda where she was arrested and detained for performing at a concert.
Tems and Omah Lay were arrested some days ago just hours after they entertained fans and lovers of good music in Uganda.
They were accused of breaching the Covid-19 pandemic guidelines that do not allow public gathering of large numbers.
Both singers were arrested and detained by Ugandan police force and then were arraigned
in court alongside their managers who had also being arrested.
However, intervention of top personalities in Nigeria ensured that both singers were cleared
of all charges levied against them as they finally arrived in the country yesterday, December 17.
Tems have now opened up on what really happened in Uganda as she noted that the
incident was an eye-opener for her.
She noted that her management would never want to endanger people’s lives by
performing on stage despite the ongoing fight against Coronavirus.
Tems went on to thank all the parties involved in their release as she hopes she can continue
delivering the very best that have seen her become one of the most sorts after talent in the country.
Read her message below:
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