“We Are Sorry For Our Useless Country”- On Bended Knees Ugandan singer Apologizes to Nigerians

Ugandan singer Alexander Bagonza aka A Pass has come out on bended knees and apologized to Nigerians over the arrest of their musicians Omah Lay and Tems, He has called Uganda Police useless and unprofessional.

A Pass explains that the artists are still young and new in the industry as well as ignorant about Ugandan law.

“They are coming from another country, they are young, they have just started their careers you know, they are invited to a country to come and perform, they do not know the rules, they don’t know the regulations of how things work here in Uganda, they were not even told that shows are not allowed in Uganda,” A Pass posted

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Additionally, A Pass says police should have arrested the person who hired the artists instead.

“If you ever have a problem, you should have a problem with the person who hired them not the artists. So for them to be in prison, is not right,” he explains.

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One Comment

  1. You don’t have to call your country useless country. Laws are just laws and ignorant has no official excuse for breaking the law. If they were arrested perhaps that was the law, and if release we did because we are African and brothers and not because it was not wrong in the first place. If A.pass’s did not intimate them on Ugandan laws at the time then he could have done that earlier than coming out to blame the security for acting on lawful arrest. And don’t forget, covid will know no entertainer when it strike. Its real and all must do the needful to stay safe. Peace.

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