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Musicians Curse Government Over Omah Lay Concert Amid Covid 19

Omah Lay during a concert in Munyonyo
Omah Lay during a concert in Munyonyo

A number of Ugandan musicians have cursed the Government following Nigerian’s Omah Lay Concert on Saturday in Munyonyo.

After enduring over nine months of no concerts due because of Covid-19 guidelines. Musicians were shocked at crowds gathered in Munyonyo Speke Resort for Omah Lay‘s concert.

Douglas Lwanga, this morning, took to her social media handles to express dissatisfaction and unfairness towards government and police for allowing a foreigner to stage a concert, despite them abiding by the set guidelines for such a long time.

“Theres alot of unfair play in both political and Entertainment circles. Some bars are open others are not & struggling, some concerts happen with crowds others are not allowed, some politicians can have crowds others not. This was last nite. A concert with crowds and it went on smoothly. Can we just play Fair in this Country for all Ugandans to love their country?”

Gravity Omutujju has threatened to sue government and President Museveni for letting this happen.

“I will hold a press conference very soon at Papaz Spot, Makindye, where I will announce the details,” said Gravity on his Facebook page.

Kabako also cited unfairness in letting the Nigerian duo perform while concerts remain banned in the country due to COVID-19.

Among other musicians are Bebe Cool, Cindy Sanyu, King Saha, Gravity Omutujju, Naira Ali, Ykee Benda who showed dissatisfaction following Saturdays massive concert featured by International acts.

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