Just In: BebeCool Secures Release For Omah,Tems From Kitalya Prison

Singer Moses Ssali alias Bebecool has secured release for two nigerian artistes Omah Lay, Tems and Tem’s manager, Muyiwa Awomiyi who were remanded by court on charges of negligently involving in acts likely to spread an infectious diseases C/S 171 of the Penal Code Act.

Omaha and his heading to court

Omah and his mates heading to court

They appeared before Makindye Chief Magistrate’s Court, in Kampala on Monday and have been remanded to Kitalya Prison up to December 16, 2020.

On Tuesday ,Bebe cool and his attorneys intervened in the singers’ matter and managed to secure them freedom through production warrant by the order from Makindye Grade one magistrate his worship Okumu Jude.

Omah and his cronies waiting for their release 

Court on Monday heard that Stanley Omah Didia alias Omah Lay, a 23-year-old Nigerian musician and resident of Lagos; Openyi Temilade, a 25 year-old Nigerian artist and resident of Lagos as well as their 28-year-old manager, Awonyi Muyiwa who is also a resident of Lago.

Other suspects include Salima Kim, 31, resident of Kololo, Kampala; Ivan Ddungu, 41, resident of Kamwokya in Kampala; Philip Kasakye, 34-year-old events security coordinator and resident of Tula road, Kawempe Division, Kampala participated in the illegal gathering.

They are charged alongside Benjamin Kabuura, a 30-year-old farmer and resident of Kololo, Kampala.

Prosecution states that Kim, Ddungu, Kasakye, Kabuura, Omah, Muyiwa, Openyi and others still at large n December 12, 2020 at Ddungu Resort Mulungo Munyonyo, Makindye Division in Kampala District, held a music concert where a Nigerian musician performed and over 200 people gathered without observing the ministry of health guidelines.

Their attempt to apply for bail failed on grounds that they lacked substantial sureties.

With the intervention of Bebecool alongside Uganda police and judiciary, all charges were dropped after the prosecution lost interest in the case.



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