Seems the quarrel between the Okoye brothers has gone to another level, and seemingly resolvable.
The dynamic duo who recently confirmed their split, have decided to let go of their twin mansions located on Lola Holloway street, Omole Estate.
The building is going for a whooping N320 Million.
A ‘For Sale’ sign post was spotted at the mansion, which houses a swimming pool, underground basement and other exotic features.
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The brothers have several other properties in Lekki Phase One, Banana Island, Atlanta Georgia and other locations.
The brothers have recently been at each other’s throat over issues bordering on whether or not they should be managed by their elder brother Jude, and what he should get as commission.
There were also rumours of a breakup, when Peter threatened to go solo, and booked a foreign tour without his twin brother.
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