By Janice Tyo
Nigerian singer, Temilade Openiyi, popularly known as Tems has reflected on her experience in the Ugandan prison in 2020.
The singer in a post on Twitter recounted how her life changed one year after the ugly incident that took place in Uganda.
Recall that the singer and fellow colleague, Omah Lay, were arrested and remanded in prison in Uganda last year for violating the country’s COVID-19 safety measures.
The duo who were on a tour to the East African country for a concert were arrested and charged to court on charges of violating COVID-19 rules.
A year after, the singer has taken to Twitter to reflect on how much progress she has made since the ugly experience.
She wrote: ‘’This very day Last year, I was sitting in a prison in Uganda bonding with women and kids. I almost can’t believe the things I’ve seen so far. All I can say is God is too awesome and He will always have the final laugh.’’