Peter and Paul Okoye are the sensational twin brothers who used to be in a music group called PSquare. The two created magic with their music and Peter got many people loving him for his unique dance moves.
Surprisingly, the two brothers had an irreconcilable differences, so they went their separate ways. They are both doing relatively well in the solo journey.
Since their break up, PSquare fans never stopped wishing they come back together because according to them, they are better together.
The same way fans wish to see them unite as family, like visiting each other as before, celebrating birthdays and special occasions as blood relatives.
The wish finally came to reality yesterday being Andre's birthday. Andre is Paul's first son, he turned 8 yesterday and a little party was thrown for him so they won't violate the Covid-19 protocol.
Photo of Andre
In the video posted by Paul's wife Anita Okoye, the kids were seen painting and coloring. Then it was time to sing the birthday song and blow out the candle. That was when Cameron and Ariona (Mr P's children) were spotted singing along for their cousins and friends.
This was a beautiful sight to behold and few people was eager to point it out:
Happy birthday Andre, God bless you young king.
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