Nigerian songster and Grammy award winner Tems has in a recent interview spoken about her horrific experience in a Ugandan prison.
On December 12th, Tems and Omah Lay performed at a show at Speke Resort in Kampala, Uganda, in Uganda, in violation of COVID-19 restrictions and social distancing regulations.
This did not sit down with Law enforcement agencies in the country and so they were both arrested and sent to prison for two nights.
In an interview with Angie Martinez of Power 105.1 FM in New York, Tems alleged that the whole situation was a set-up by someone who had warned him and Omah Lay not to co come there to perform because they were Nigerian artistes.
According to the musician, organizers told her and her management team that they had obtained the necessary permits for the show and so she believed they did nothing wrong.
Tems explained that she cried when she was given her prison uniform which stunk so bad because they weren’t washed.
She also added that she thought she was in jail for the specific purpose of possibly helping the other women in there, and even began to adapt to her new surroundings.
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