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Omah Lay, Tems, Five Others Remanded In Ugandan Prison

Nigerian artistes; Stanley Omah Didia, known as Omah Lay and Openiyi Temilade, known as  Tems,  and seven others have been remanded in prison by a Ugandan court for flouting COVID-19 rules.
A Ugandan newspaper, Daily Monitor, reports that other suspects remanded in prison are; Awoniyi Muyiwa, 28 of Lagos, Nigeria,  Salima Kim, 31, resident of Kololo, Kampala; Ivan Ddungu, 41, resident of Kamwokya in Kampala; and  Philip Kasakye, 34-year-old events security coordinator and resident of Tula road, Kawempe Division, Kampala.
They are charged alongside Benjamin Kabuura, a 30-year-old farmer and resident of Kololo, Kampala.
They appeared before Makindye Chief Magistrate’s Court, in Kampala on Monday.
Prosecution states that Kim, Ddungu, Kasakye, Kabuura, Omah, Muyiwa, Openiyi, and others still at large on  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, an acts likely to cause the spread of an infectious disease (Covid-19),  contrary to section 171 of the Penal Code Act.
Their attempts to apply for bail failed on grounds that they did not present substantial sureties.
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