Veteran Nigerian singer and businessman, Peter Okoye, otherwise known as Mr. P is praying to God to bless his fans, well wishers, and indeed everyone one, even far more than he has blessed his own life. The singer took to his Instagram account to make the request to God almighty.
Mr. P who posed in front of his envious mansion and litany of exotic cars want God to bless everyone abundantly, beyond his own blessings.
This comes as the music star gear up towards the release of his first solo music album titled "The Prodigal". Recall that since the Psquare group was disbanded years ago, the singer is yet to drop an album, though has been dishing out single after single, and now, he is ready to do it.
Sharing the photo immediately above, he wrote: "Heavenly father! Please bless everyone more than the way you have blessed me, Amen!"
Recall that Mr. P was a member of the Psquare musical group, which was made of his twin brother, Paul Okoye, popularly known as Rudeboy or King Rudy. The group grew from strength to strength, and becoming one of the most successful group the world had known.
Sadly, the group was officially disbanded in the year 2017, following irreconcilable differences, which equally involved their elder brother, Jude Engees Okoye, who also their manager.
(Photo credit: Peter Okoye's Instagram).
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