Abike Dabiri, singer Simi say Omah Lay and Tems will return home soon

Abike Dabiri, singer Simi say Omah Lay and Tems will return home soon

- A new tweet from singer Simi indicates that Omah Lay and Tems are on their way to getting released

- Simi in her post said she hopes what she has heard is the truth

- The singer also said she’s been thinking about their traumatising experience in a foreign land

- Similarly, NIDCOM chairman, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, said the singers will be back home soon

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Nigerian singer Simi has shared a hopeful update on social media regarding the arrest of colleagues Omah Lay and Tems.

Simi in a post shared on her verified Twitter page said she has heard both singers are well on their way to regaining their freedom from police custody.

I hear Tems and Omah Lay are finally being released, Singer Simi tweets
Singer Simi says she heard colleagues Omah and Tems are getting released. Photo: @symplysimi/@temsbaby/@omah_lay
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The singer, however, noted that she hopes the news she received is true.

"I hear Tems and Omah Lay are finally being released. I hope it's true."

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Simi went on to disclose that she has been thinking about her colleagues since they got arrested and how they have had to go through a traumatising experience in a foreign land.

See her full tweet below:

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Simi’s post comes a few hours after singer Mr P took to his page on Twitter with a fresh update regarding the continued detainment of Omah and Tems.

Mr P in his post disclosed that there has been massive progress in resolving the issue and as such both singers should be on their way home soon.

"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!"

Similarly, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, chairman of Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), also took to her page on Twitter saying the singers are expected home soon.

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See tweet below:

This was after an earlier Twitter post where she gave assurances that hands are on deck to resolve the matter.

Dabiri had responded to a tweet by a distressed Omah Lay who had wondered why he was being detained and also denied a right to free hearing.

Responding to the tweet, the NIDCOM chairman stated that everything possible is being done to have them return home.

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