- It has been one year since Nigerian singer, Tems and her compatriot, Omah Lay have served in Ugandan detention
- Tems is sharing her experience in the Ugandan prison and she is thankful to God for her career journey so far
- She has risen to become a global star with Grammy nominations, Nigerians have reacted to the post on her prison experience
Popular Nigerian singer, Temilade Openiyi better known as Tems served a jail term in Uganda with her singing compatriot, Omah Lay for allegedly breaching the coronavirus restriction law in the country.
Tems is remembering one year after the encounter and she is thankful to God for her career growth afterward:
“This very day last year, I was sitting in prison in Uganda bonding with women and kids. I almost can’t believe the things I’ve seen so far.”
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Check out her post below:
Nigerians have reacted to Tems recounting her experience in the Ugandan prison, some of them wondered how time flies and joined her in thanking God for her career growth.
Legit.ng picked some of the comments, read below:
“Omo it seems like it was yesterday when it was all over the blogs…how time flies.”
“Your head don catch them…China don take over their airport.”
“I got to know TEMS during that period on blogs …every thing worked for your good dear.. thank God.”
“A lot can happen in a year!.”
“Somebody should tell her not to forget the promises she made to those women she was bonding with in prison.”
“Omo this year fast oh God , something wey I think say na middle of this year e happen.”
Tems among Nigerian artiste that got Grammy nominations
Legit.ng compiled a list of Nigerian artists that got nominated in the 64th edition of the Grammy awards.
Other Nigerians that got nominated include, Burna Boy, Femi and Made Kuti.