Popular Nigerian music artist, Peter Okoye has reacted after some Bishops and clergymen were spotted at the venue used for unveiling the former Governor of Borno state, Kasim Shettima as the vice presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress.
It will be recalled that some Christian organisations like the Christian Association of Nigeria, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria had rejected the selection of Shettima as the running mate to the Presidential candidate of the party, Mr Bola Ahmed Tinubu. But these Bishops graced the event to show their support to the All Progressive Congress. There attendance to the event raised a lot controversy and one of the persons who has spoken out on the matter is Peter Okoye.
Sharing his view on the issue, Peter Okoye took to his verified Twitter Handle and expressed surprise at the way they present fake people this days. He said that hr could be in his house one day and see Psquare live on stage performing.
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