Nigerians shout "Amen" as Peter Okoye wished them more Blessings and Flaunts new Photos, Cars, House
By Truth4Truth | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1 views
Nigerians shout "Amen" as Peter Okoye wished them more blessings and flaunts new Photos.
A few hours ago, one of the top celebrities in Nigeria flaunts some nice photos and that of his cars and houses on his social media platforms and it got people talking.
He said he wished everyone to get more blessings than his.
As usual, fans too were happy for him and they wished him more achievement in his career.
The person in question is nobody but Peter Okoye(Paul's brother, Psqure). Ever since they parted ways with his brother I.e Everyone singing on his own, the music legend has been dropping new and hit songs.
Peter has won several awards and some great achievements, and in thanking his God, he drops some touching yet nice words to his fans as seen above.
In this article, we will show you some of the photos and the reactions of people.
Many people reacted to the photo's Caption with a big 'AMEN!!.
Let's look at the photos than the reactions.
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