Stanley Omah Idibia popularly known as Omah Lay is a Nigerian Singer, Songwriter, record producer and performer who rose to prominece in 2020 following the release of his smash hit EP "Get Layd". The EP housed couple of hit songs including "Lo lo" , "Bad influence", "You" and a few others.
In the late hours of Yesterday 13th of December 2020, Omah Lay and Tems got arrested by the Ugandan Police force after been accused of breaching Covid-19 laws.
The case is already getting serious as it was recently revealed that Tems and Omah Lay have been charged to court and would be kept remanded till Wednesday.
Check out photos of Tems and Omah Lay in court below.
However, Omah Lay released several tweets regarding the current situation recently and clearly stated that he's been treated like he committed murder.
See Omah Last tweets In the images below:
It's no longer funny, Omah Lay and Tems aren't the main offenders here in my own opinion, the organizers are the ones to be blamed.
Kindly share your thoughts in the comments box below.
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