P-Square brothers reconcile, ready to work together

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After threatening to sue his elder brother and manager on grounds that they had booked individual shows without his consent, Peter Okoye, has moved to assure the P-Square fans that he has stopped the bad blood forthwith and has embarked to work with his brother.

“We are back because brothers do not let each other wander in the dark alone. We are back because we have tried the lonely road and it was not the same.”

Peter posted an amateur video to clear the air over speculations that the group is no more opting to iron out what had earlier caused the feud, taking responsibility of the circus that ensued.

The younger sibling, full of remorse in the YouTube clip, narrated their long journey in the music career frequently acknowledging letting their fans down.

“I want to take responsibility for what has happened and sincerely apologise to you; our fans. For supporting us throughout this journey, we owe you so much more than what you have had to endure and I apologise for that.”

The musician further mentioned his elder sibling, Jude Okoye, will be the new manager pointing out that they will work to bring more creativity in play.

On the other hand, Jude, not known for frequenting social media streets, is yet to give account on the new development and whether he considers his new position; even though he earlier posted that he was terminated four times as manager.

“Please, I stopped being P-Squares manager for over a month now (for the 4th time). Let me be at PEACE. Thank you,” he posted on Twitter.

Earlier on, P-Square had split ways with either twin considering solo careers after the two engaged in an online fight. However, the move never bore fruits.

Fast forwad, the Nigerian twins have worked with Tanzanian Diamond Platinumz to produce the now viral Kidogo hit. The brothers may have buried the hatchet and ready to give more to the music industry.

Below is the post by Peter:

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My dear fans, P-Square is back. Ours is a journey that started from our mother’s womb. It was a journey that started from Primary School, continued to St. Murumba College, to when we were in University in Abuja. It was a journey in which we shared childhood memories and grown-up dreams. We are back because brothers do not let each other wander in the dark alone. We are back because we have tried the lonely road and it was not the same. I want to take responsibility for what has happened and sincerely apologise to you our fans. For supporting us throughout this journey we owed you so much more than what you have had to endure and I apologise for that. We are embarking now on a new journey with exciting new management (Jude Okoye), new music and new ideas. We cannot thank you enough for all your prayers and support throughout this difficult period. Maya Angelou once said that brotherhood is a condition that people have to work at. We will continue to work on that and you can be prepared to be blown away by this new phase of P-Square. God bless you all and be assured that you have not seen anything yet! Peter Okoye P-Square

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