Omah Lay Speaks Up On Being a Victim of Racism While On Tour in The U.S

Omah Lay Speaks Up On Being a Victim of Racism While On Tour in The U.S

Fast-rising Nigerian musician Stanley Omah Didia popularly known as Omah Lay has lamented about racism.

This comes at a time he is on tour in the United States of America and according to him, racism is evil. He made this known in a recent post he made on his verified social media handle on the popular social media platform, Instagram.

The post he made reads;

“Racism is Serious Evil.”

In other News Nigerian actor and model, Uti Nwachukwu has advised his fellow brothers and sisters to take an autism test if they are between the ages of 15-33.

Uti Nwachukwu said in a series of tweets that the test is just to determine how your brain works and it does not mean there is anything wrong with you.

According to the Big Brother Africa winner, he has observed a pattern like challenges with social skills, emotional intelligence, repetitive behaviors, and non-verbal communications.

He disclosed that he got a few of his misunderstood younger friends to take the test and 8 out of 9 of them came back with results of an autism spectrum or tendencies, however, communication is better now and he loves them even more as they are so unique.

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