- Peter Okoye has called for the end of the clash between Hausas and Yoruba in Ibadan
- The singer noted his affiliations with the three main tribes in the country
- The father of two said no chance should be given for tribalism
Singer Peter Okoye has called for the end of the clash between Hausas and Yorubas in Shasha market Ibadan, Oyo state.
The father of two took to his Twitter page to react to the clash as he called for the unity of everyone, regardless of their tribes.
Talking about his affiliations with the tribe major tribes in the country, Peter stated that he is an Igbo man who married a Yoruba man.
He revealed that he grew up in the north and started his music career in the north also, noting that he speaks the Hausa language fluently.
Peter then called for the end of tribalism, racism, and ethnic wars. According to him, it has to stop.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that singer Peter Okoye showered compliments on his daughter as she clocks 8.
Peter stated that Aliona is his pride and joy, adding that there is nothing more important to him than her.
The father of two then shared throwback photos of himself and his daughter to celebrate. Peter also shared a video of Aliona singing with him when she was a little girl.
Peter's wife Lola Omotayo also took to her page to celebrate her lovely daughter.
Noting that she loves her so much, Lola described Aliona as an incredible blessing to the family. The mother of two then showered prayers on her baby girl while reiterating her love for her.
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Prior to that, she studied Linguistics and Nigerian Languages at the Ekiti State University, Ekiti, where she obtained her first degree. She is passionate about social development and women’s health.