Omah Lay Released From Ugandan Police Custody; Set To Perform At Efya’s Drive-In Cinema And Concert On Saturday

 

Reliable information available to GistAfrica has it that, Nigerian Musician, Omah Lay has been released after two days in Ugandan police custody and will arrive in Ghana for Efya’s concert on Saturday.

Efya, few days ago, made official announcement via her social media pages that she will headline ‘Drive-In Cinema And Concert’ edition of Somewhere In Ghana’ – a concert which has become one of the biggest events to look forward to in December here in Ghana alongside her Nigerian counterpart, Stanley Omah Didia , known professionally as Omah Lay on Saturday, December 19 at the Untamed Empire, Spintex Road, Accra.

Nevertheless, since news broke out that Omah Lay and his team have been arrested in Uganda after a show, fans and patrons, who have made their tickets ready to experience the best of thrills at the biggest Christmas party, were left stunned as some Ghanaian news portals, called off the show in various articles.

But reacting to this,  the organizers, Street-Life entertainment, dismissed all those currently circulating stories of uncertain about the event’s cancellation.

They have assured Ghanaians a distinctive and remarkable show since it is the first time an event of that nature would be held in Ghana.

Nigerian Singers Omah Lay and Tems were arrested on Sunday, December 13, 2020 for performing at an ‘unauthorised concert’ and disobeying COVID-19 protocols.

After about two days in custody and a court appearance, the singers have been released, and the issue resolved according to Ugandan artist Bebe Cool who had been involved in the fight for their release broke the news of their release after he shared a court document requesting for their release.

 

 

 

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