The way this generation cares about each other is commendable, Tekno writes

The way this generation cares about each other is commendable, Tekno writes

- Tekno has taken to social media to share his thoughts about the current generation

- The singer hailed this generation for the way they care about themselves, adding that the love needs to be extended

- This comes shortly after Omah Lay and Tems were released from police custody days after they were arrested in Uganda

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Popular Nigerian singer, Augustine Miles Kelechi better known as Tekno, has taken to social media to talk about the present generation’s love for one another.

In a recent tweet, the father of one stated that the way the generation shows care towards one another is commendable and that the love should be extended.

In his words:

"The way this generation care about each other is commendable, let’s extend it furthermore ..... on God."

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His tweet comes shortly after Singer Omah Lay and Tems were finally released from the Ugandan police custody after they were arrested following their performance in the country.

Chairman of Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), Abike Dabiri-Erewa, took to her page on Twitter to share the good news to the joy of many Nigerians.

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The way this generation care about each other is commendable, Tekno writes
Tems and Omah Lay were arrested in Uganda for breaching COVID-19 restrictions. Photo credit: @temsbaby, @omahlay
Source: Instagram

According to her, the singers were released on Tuesday, December 15, and would soon be on their way back to their home country. Dabiri-Erewa said Omah Lay and Tems were safely at Nigeria house in Uganda.

Meanwhile, popular Ghanaian superstar, Shatta Wale, recently took to social media to drag other creatives in the country's music industry.

The singer, while commending Nigerian creatives for standing with and supporting Omah Lay and Tems following their ordeal in Uganda, stated that if he was in their shoes, the case would have been different.

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Shatta revealed that if he was the one under arrest, some people in the Ghanaian music industry would try their best to get him jailed for six years.

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