‘Your music impacted Nigerians’ – Peter Obi hails P-Square

‘Your music impacted Nigerians’ – Peter Obi hails P-Square
  • The presidential candidate of the Labour Party in the last election, Peter Obi felicitates with the duo Paul and Peter Okoye on their birthday.
  • Peter Obi noted that the have made tangible impacts in Nigeria and abroad through their songs.

On the occasion of P-Square's 42nd birthday today, former Governor of Anambra State, and labour party presidential candidate in the last election, Peter Obi, took a moment to acknowledge the tremendous impact that the music duo has had on throughout their illustrious career.

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Recall that during the presidential election, Peter and his brother Paul were ardent supporters of Peter Obi and the Labour Party?

In a tweet on his official X account on Saturday, Peter Obi stated that the musicians' songs have had a noticeable influence on Nigeria and other countries.

He also praised P-square for joining other Nigerians in calling for a New Nigeria in the general elections that was held in February and March.

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He wrote:

My Dear @rudeboypsquare and @PeterPsquare of the Psquare Fame, I join millions of your in Nigeria and globally to rejoice with you as you celebrate your birthday today.

“You have, for all these years, continued to showcase your talents to entertain, educate, and impact our nation and beyond through your music.

“You have sincerely joined your voices to that of millions of other Nigerian youths, in demand for better governance and a more productive nation.”

In another story, Peter Okoye breaks silence on Peter Obi losing presidential election to Tinubu

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The Afrobeats Superstar, who is one of the celebrity supporters of Peter Obi, shared a picture of the Labour Party politician, reteirated that his mandate cannot be denied but can only be delayed.

He wrote;

PETER OBI your mandate can only be delayed, but cannot be denied. Thank you Nigerians.”

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