Nigerian Musician Stanley Omah Didia, aka Omah Lay has come out to disclose the details of the events that have happened in the recent past which saw him and a couple of other people including fellow Nigerian Musician Temilade Openiyi alias Tems arrested and imprisoned at Kitalya Prison.
The 23-year old described those few days as some of the toughest days of his life and he would never wish them on anyone.
Omah Lay appreciated the people for the hospitability and apologized for having put them in harms way when he performed in a concert which was allegedly unlawful and in breach of the COVID-19 guidelines set by the Ugandan Ministry of Health and the Uganda Police.
Omah Lay also revealed that before travelling to Uganda, the events promoters assured him and his entire team that they had secured all necessary clearances required for the concert to take place and that his sole responsibility was to show up and perform.
The artist also confirmed that he performed in the full glance and protection of the Uganda Police and was only disappointed at the way he was treated after he had performed as instructed by the events organizers and police.
Reading between the lines of the young star, a couple of things are evident but none is as evident as the hurt, pain and disgust that the 23 year old Nigerian music star sure feels.