Nigerian producer Rexxie, who was arrested in Uganda, requests assistance.

Nigerian producer Rexxie has disclosed that he was detained by Ugandan immigration officials and that he is requesting assistance.

On Monday, March 11, 2024, the artist made this revelation on his Instagram page. His message stated, “I’ve been arrested at the Ugandan Immigration, please I need help.”

Rexxie insisted that his arrest was unjust, even though he refrained from discussing the circumstances surrounding it or the accusations made against him. “This is really unjust! He exclaimed, “HELP HELP HELP!!! #UgandaFreeRexxie.”

Fans and followers who were worried about him posted questions in his comment area on what caused his arrest. A fan remarked, “Rexxie, same? What is the problem? Someone else asked, “What can be done? What’s going on? How is things right now?” Further details regarding the events involving the immigration from Uganda and Rexxie were requested by a few other commenters.

Just a few days after Rexxie joyfully revealed on his Instagram account that he had proposed to his fiancée, Innocent Chisom, in Kenya, he was arrested.

Rexxie hasn’t posted anything new on social media since he made his plea for help.

The Grammy-winning producer is not the first or second Nigerian musician to have a run-in with Ugandan law enforcement, it is important to remember. Remember how singers Tems and Omah Lay were detained in 2020 for disobeying COVID-19 regulations? The performers were arrested at the time because the government believed their performance at the concert to be unauthorized. After being held for two days, the singers were charged in court and eventually released.

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