Popular and controversial Nigerian Twitter user Reno Omokri finally talks about the arrest of two Nigerian young talented artists Omah Lay and Tems by Ugandan police after performing in an occasion in the country.
Since their arrest, many Nigerian celebrities and Twitter users have been massively tweeting against the Ugandan police for arresting the artists who were legally invited over to the country.
Just few minutes ago, Reno Omokri dropped a tweet of assurance to the people about the silent of the government. The tweet reads, "Some people foolishly ask why the Nigerian government should intervene to secure th release of Omah lay and TemsBaby. When Zainab Aliyu was arrested over Tramadol in Saudi Arabia, didn't Nigeria intervene? How much two cultural Icons who promote Nigeria.See screenshots of people's reactions on the tweet, ￼
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