Singer D'banj shares proof that Omah Lay and Tems will be home soon

Singer D'banj shares proof that Omah Lay and Tems will be home soon

- Singer D’banj has shared a fresh update regarding the arrest and detainment of Omah Lay and Tems in Uganda

- The entertainer assured Nigerians that they would be home soon as the charges against them have been withdrawn

- Excitement and words of appreciation followed the announcement

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The fears and concerns of fans have been allayed following a fresh update from singer D’banj regarding the situation of Omah Lay and Tems who have been in police custody in Uganda.

Peter Okoye, aka Mr P had earlier assured Nigerians that major moves were being made about the situation, and the music stars were expected to be on their way back to the country soon.

D'banj in a photo shared on his Twitter page on Tuesday, December 15, confirmed that the charges against the duo by the Ugandan authorities have been withdrawn and they would be back home as soon as possible.

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Singer D'banj shares proof that Omah Lay and Tems will be home soon
D'banj says Omah Lay and Tems will be home soon Photo credit: @iambangalee/@temsbaby/@omah_lay
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His Twitter post read:

"Just received this now our babies @Omah_Lay and @temsbaby are coming Home."

The tweet by the singer generated reactions from his followers on the social media platform.

The account of Chie excitedly thanked God on their behalf.

@idoko_abel stated that their generation was loud and refused to be intimidated.

@Meekydara said that the news was pleasing to hear.

@EfeSamuel12 noted that it was a great time to be a Nigerian youth, and he was proud of the people that spoke up.

Kid said that Bebe Cool who was a criminal was responsible for the unfortunate incident.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Tems said she would not eat or drink in custody, following her arrest by the Ugandan police.

This was after she was arrested and placed in handcuffs alongside colleague, Omah Lay for performing in the country.

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The Ugandan police claimed they were arrested and have been charged to court for negligently getting involved in acts that could spread infectious diseases.

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