- Singer Mr P has shared a fresh update regarding the arrest and detainment of Omah Lay and Tems in Uganda
- The singer said there has been major progress and the two are going to be on their way back home soon
- Mr P, however, continued to urge concerned Nigerians to remain calm
The fears and concerns of fans has been allayed following a fresh update from singer Peter Okoye aka Mr P regarding the situation of Omah Lay and Tems who are currently in police custody in Uganda.
The musician in a post shared on his Twitter page on Tuesday, December 15, noted that there has been major progress with the situation and the music stars are expected to be on their way back to Nigeria soon.
NIDCOM chairman Abike Dabiri says everything is being done to secure release of Omah Lay and Tems in Uganda
"Good morning guys! Just to inform you all that there’s huge progress now and @Omah_Layand #Tems will be on their way back home soon!"
In a different portion of his tweet, the singer urged concerned parties to continue to remain calm while the situation is resolved.
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Check out his tweet below:
The tweet by the singer generated reactions from his followers on the social media platform. A fan of Omah Lay said he was hopeful for his release as he could not sleep over the night.
See tweet below:
Another Twitter user thanked Mr P for sharing the update about his colleagues.
See the tweet below:
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Recall that Mr P has been among fellow celebrities who showed up for Omah Lay and Tems after the news of their arrest by the Ugandan police became public.
The singer had earlier shared a tweet on his page about his efforts to secure their release. Mr P disclosed that he had a conversation with Abike Dabiri-Erewa, chairman of Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), and she assured him that hands are on deck to get the singers released.
Similarly, Legit.ng also reported that the NIDCOM chairman gave assurances of ongoing efforts to have Tems and Omah Lay released from police custody in Uganda
Dabiri while responding to Omah Lay's tweet noted that hands are on deck to bring them back home.
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