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Family feud: Peter Okoye takes responsibility, declares P Square is back again

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Family feud: Peter Okoye takes responsibility, declares P Square is back again
The lingering feud among the Okoye brothers which started months back when Peter Okoye fired his elder brother Jude who runs Northside Entertainment on Twitter citing a lack of structure and irreconcilable differences seems to have come to an end following a video posted today by Peter.
It may now be safe to assume that the warring brothers may have decided to sheath swords if the video laden with a message reconciliation posted by Peter is anything to go by.
In the video which is now making the rounds, Peter took full responsibility for all that may have transpired in the past few months saying that they have decided to resolve whatever issues they have as brothers.
 
‘‘Good day everyone; to all our numerous fans that have supported us from day one. The past months have been one of a roller coaster of emotions; we have resolved our issues and we seek for your forgiveness.
‘‘I’ll take full responsibility for everything that has happened and I promise you all that the past is behind us now. We look forward to the future with excitement and renewed energy. Once again, I am sorry and P Square is back.’’ Peter said in the video.
Recall that moments after Peter announced his sack on Twitter, Jude replied his younger brother on the same social media platform saying it is obvious that he (Peter) has been going through tough times recently and as he put it “only God could rescue him”.
By Ahmed Boulor…
 

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