In a heartfelt message shared on his official social media handle, former Anambra Governor and Labour Party’s presidential candidate in the last election, Peter Obi, extended warm birthday wishes to renowned Nigerian singers Paul and Peter Okoye, popularly known as P-Square.
Obi took to his Twitter account on Saturday to laud the musical duo for their remarkable contributions to Nigeria’s cultural landscape and the global music industry. He expressed his joy, stating that millions of fans both in Nigeria and around the world join him in celebrating the twins on their special day.
The former governor acknowledged P-Square’s enduring commitment to using their musical talents not only for entertainment but also for education and positive impact on the nation. He highlighted their ability to transcend borders, reaching audiences far beyond the confines of Nigeria.
In his post, Obi particularly commended the Okoye brothers for actively participating in the call for a “New Nigeria” during the February and March general elections. He applauded their solidarity with Nigerian youth in demanding improved governance and a more productive nation.
The Okoye brothers, Paul and Peter, have been consistent in their efforts to leverage their influence for social and political causes. Notably, they were staunch supporters of Peter Obi and the Labour Party during the presidential election, demonstrating a commitment to the betterment of the nation.
As P-Square’s fanbase eagerly celebrates their birthday, Peter Obi’s acknowledgment adds another layer of recognition to the twins’ multifaceted impact, both in the realm of music and as advocates for positive change in Nigeria.