Must We Continue To Kill One Another Before We Realize That The Government Has Failed Us? - MR P
By Goldencreator | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 2 views
Peter Okoye, Nigerian musician popularly known as Mr.P has been a topic for discussion after he shared how his family issue has been drawn into general issues.
He took to his Twitter account to tweet “Must we continue to kill each other before we realize that our government has fail us? I see some people bringing my family issue into the matter, abeg na separate we separated, we no kill person and nobody died...."
Recall that the renowned Psquare twin have separated from associating with his brother like they used to be, the incident has been used as comparison with current status of Nigeria.
His tweets caused reactions as some fans said that if Mr P family can separate and no one was killed, yet they never reunited, then how does he expect people who are already Killing themselves in Nigeria to embrace reunion?
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