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Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Ugandan Police Tweet Reason Nigerian Singer Omah Lay Was Arrested + Abike Dabiri Responds

 The Ugandan Police has tweeted the reason Nigerian singer Oma Lay and two others were arrested in Uganda














39 comments:

  1. Release my babies ooo
    Tems is on hunger strike πŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯
    Omahlay was handcuffed like a common criminal.Nigerians are now disrespected everywhere.
    Uganda is cancelled

    Arrest the organizers and leave our next rated babies.

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    1. Abeg shift.... stop playing the victim, they cuff them all including Ugandans

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    2. When you break the law, do the time and punishment in peace. The impunity. As if you don't know what is going on.

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    3. We Nigerians are hypocrites, if na dem come do show for our country ignoring the covid19 rules una no go shout, they arrested other people too so what’s there, they don’t av 10 heads, let them follow the necessary procedure abeg, money isn’t more important than your health. Covid is real .

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    4. Why did they break the law?? When you travel to another country, respect their laws. You do not break the law and start crying wolf.
      Hopefully they get some soft landing, others should learn from this.

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  2. Even Uganda too. We have really suffered.....

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  3. When we have a failed president, we get this kinda thing. #smh

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  4. Why am I not being given......
    OR
    Why have I not been given.....

    Choose one from the 2 above....



    chim-oma a.k.a Miss Kapusu

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  5. Abike should intensify her effort.
    Nigeria will never do such to a foreigner.

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    1. It's embarrassing you even say Nigeria will not do such to a foreigner. Why should Nigeria allow foreigners break laws without doing anything?

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  6. Nigerians are used to breaking protocols & boycotting.... when ure in Rome behave like the Roman's, them no go hear.

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    1. Then they will come and be making noise on social media.

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  7. Can you imagine
    You invited him
    You sold tickets for the show
    You bought tickets for the show
    Shey na ghost go come the show?
    Now you arrested him....saying he shouldn't have done Dat because of covid...but una dey do campaign?....it is well.....

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    1. Should his management not have make enquiries regarding covid rules before letting him go there to perform?

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  8. It's really very sad that these young stars are going through this embarrassment and abuse of their human various rights. Didn't their management make some proper enquiries before accepting the deal? The stupid show organizers nko? Aren't they aware of the situation of things in their country before looking for innocent people to get into trouble? Please they should release them already and stop treating them like some criminals. Nigerians atago nor afufu🀦‍♀️.

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  9. At least, Abike Dabiri isn't a cold hearted soulless dumb ugly unbothered witch like Loretta. Thank goodness but she should do more!

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  10. someone invited them ,gave them work permit from their immigration ,advertised the show in media no one stopped them till after the show ..something is not right here

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  11. Nice set of teeth omah..
    I should make him my sugar boy.

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    1. On a post like this! Someone is fighting for his freedom, you are talking about making him your sugar son. Smh!!!

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    2. Abeg leave am for me. Tankio

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    3. Lol@Lucent. He is too cute.

      Anon10:20 if you like cry! As far as i'm concerned,he is a free man already. Tell your leaders to do right by their citizens by pressing the right buttons. Now run along!

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    4. Shantelle, I noticed his cuteness too. Anon, calm down.

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    5. As long as you leave Jude Ighalo alone, then I'm good. Crush all you want darling πŸ˜›

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    6. Big Booty Mechanic15 December 2020 at 15:12

      Shantelle?.. Am i a joke to you?πŸ™„

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    7. No baiby! @booty mechanic.
      Shooter no nau! Omah lay is an appetizer while Ighalo issa snack,a whole meal! My main course,dude is hot as fu*k! Everything with him will be colourful..I can't leave him for no one babes!
      I can give you my desert...Praiz Adejo shaa..you'l love him!

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  12. This his smile is what we call ochieze!!!!😁😁😁

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  13. Wow wow, the mentality of most Nigerians is sickening! What a country? Most of you don't know the difference between right and wrong and would defend blindly because you are so used to wrong and the laws not working. This is a pity, I'm not even shading.
    I feel pity for your artists and I hope they are released immediately but what is wrong is wrong. They went against the laws of a country. Knowingly or unknowingly; the law has no excuse for ignorance.

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    1. They should first hold the organizers responsible. The government claims that Uganda is locked down. So, They should have put a hold on the plans since Uganda's Law prohibits large gatherings. Its unfortunate..

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    2. What stupid laws? What gave Uganda the effrontery to mess with Nigerians? Dirty backward country!!!
      I blame the organizers

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  14. We deserve the leaders we get, when we keep encouraging impunity. Besides them considering their own health risk shouldn't they have taken their time to know if Uganda has it's country on a covid lockdown.
    It is sickening and really sad that we glorify evil, due to sentiments.

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  15. Picture this scenario. Wizkid, Davido or any other Nigerian artiste barred from performing in Nigeria due to Covid. Foreign artistes like Beyonce or Adele comes to Nigeria to perform? The uproar will be huge. I do not fault the UgandaPolice for doing their jobs. Naira Marley was arrested this year for performing at a drive by concert and not adhering to Covid rules. A lot of people called for his arrest. This is no different. Laws are there for a reason. I perosnally fault the organizers of the show. They should have done better. Artistes should also do their research. COVID is very much real. So many people have died and lost loved ones, even on this blog. A second wave is looming here too.

    Abike says the foreign mission is already involved. Hopefully everything is resolved soonest and they come home. There are so many lessons to be learnt here.

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    1. I like your thought process.I refuse to be biased because he is Nigerian. How can you break the law and say you were invited for a show? Do you know how many artists have cancelled their various shows? Are they stupid? Mstchew.

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    2. Mrs Abrodian, exactly o..we love him does not mean because he is a Nigerian,we should not say the truth.
      I sight u Pheonix

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  16. Thank you to those for the rule of laws of every nation. I must say though Abike Dabiri seems to be the only person doing her job in the administration. Maybe she gets more code$ but at least she tries even when the Nigerians involved are at fault like these ones!

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