Omah Lay says he has no regrets about his experience in Uganda

Omah Lay says he has no regrets about his experience in Uganda

- Singer Omah Lay has opened up about his recent experience in Uganda

- The music star in a recent interview said he had no regrets about travelling to the country

- Interestingly, the Nigerian superstar said he would want to visit the country again

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Fast-rising Nigerian singer Stanley Omah Didia aka Omah Lay recently opened up about his unpleasant experience in Uganda weeks after regaining his freedom and returning to Nigeria.

The music star was a guest on Y Naija’s Rubbin Minds show and he had a lot to talk about with the host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu.

Fielding a question about any regrets for attending the concert in the East African country, the Godly crooner categorically stated that he doesn’t have any.

Omah Lay says he has no regrets about harrowing experience in Uganda
Singer Omah Lay says he has no regrets about Uganda. Photo: @omahlay
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According to him, the night he spent with fans was nothing short of a beautiful one. The singer also noted that he would love to be back in the country just to spend more time with the fans who showed him so much love.

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Recall that the singer and colleague Tems had left many Nigerians worried after they were arrested by Ugandan police.

The two had been accused of going against COVID-19 restrictions and charged to court for negligently getting involved in acts that could aid the spread of an infectious disease.

However, after a lot of back and forth between the Nigerian and Ugandan authorities, chairman of Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) Abike Dabiri-Erewa shared photos of singers Tems and Omah Lay to assure that they were in safe hands.

The singers were spotted with officials of the Nigerian mission in Uganda. Dabiri-Erewa also assured concerned citizens that the singers had been taken in safely at the Nigeria House in Uganda and would return to Nigeria soon.

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On December 17, the NIDCOM chairman, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, shared the news of their return on her Twitter page.

Dabiri said both individuals arrived at the MMIA at around 12:35 pm local time.


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