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P Square sack elder brother Jude as manager



P Square still remains, Peter Okoye declares

By Ahmed Boulor

The duo of Peter and Paul Okoye popularly known as P Square have officially parted ways with Northside Entertainment run by their elder brother Jude Okoye.

Citing a lack of structure and irreconcilable differences, the duo made the decision public via a series of tweets posted by one-half of the group Peter Okoye some hours ago.

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Peter decried the poor managerial style of his elder brother who has been managing their affairs musically for some time now while also warning anyone who cared to listen not to conduct business with Jude on behalf of P Square.

“Fans I know Y’all have been asking a lot of question concerning us. I don’t have a problem with Paul but with the Management. My Loyalty to P Square and the fans still remains 100% . A manager is been employed by artiste not the other way round”. Peter tweeted.

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Continuing, Peter wrote: “P Square is Peter and Paul Okoye. Usher Raymond did it, Beyonce did it as well. So it’s not new. People change management and you’re not different business is business~period,” he wrote.

It could be recalled that the duo were in a rift years back over the state of affairs as it concerns their music career which was settled after the intervention of close friends and we’ll meaning Nigerians.

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