Media Personality Douglas Lwanga has come out and expressed his discontent on the ongoing events and
recent developments of selective continued lockdown of bars and stoppage of artistes from performing as an effort of fighting COVID-19 in Uganda. Now the Omah Lay show kicked in.
The NBS TV After 5 presenter and Purple party CEO took his disappointment to social media following
yesterday’s event that saw crowds of people attend the show with no SOPs followed. Last night, an event took place at Speke Resort Munyonyo where Nigerian artistes headlined the event among whom one Omah Lay had his performance on.
This has however compelled many Ugandan celebrates and events organizers to speak out and ask for equal
justice so as lockdown can be lifted. Douglas has taken a center stage.
“There is a lot 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.” Douglas Lwanga started his cry. He continued to ask for a ‘fair’play in the game.
“This was last night. A concert with crowds and it went on smoothly. Can we just play Fair in this
Country for all Ugandans to love their country” Lwanga Douglas lamented in curses. Further more, Omah is currently being ‘detained’ at Katwe police station although it is highly believed to be a hoax.
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