- Nigerian music duo, Peter and Paul Okoye of Psquare had their very first concert together after five years of feuding
- In a video that has since surfaced on social media, the twin brothers are seen performing one of their songs in Sierra Leone while dressed in matching outfits
- Recall social media was thrown into excitement when the brothers reunited, celebrating their 40th birthday together
Nigerians online have reacted to a video that captured Peter and Paul Okoye performing one of their hit songs, E No Easy, to an excited crowd in Sierra Leone.
Better known as Psquare, the music duo performed at their very first concert in five years following their much-talked-about reunion which saw them celebrating their 40th birthday together.
In the video, the talented brothers are seen dressed in matching garbs as they perform to an excited crowd.
Watch video below:
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The video clip has sparked reactions from social media users, many of whom expressed happiness over the video.
Although there are people who are of the opinion that the music duo can never pull a crowd like they used to, there are some people who believe their careers as a group is about to pick up once again.
Read comments below:
"Had and still has one of the biggest fan base in Africa."
"Starved your fans for years. Lost money in the process. Pride is a stupid thing."
"I am happy to see this. Quarrel no dey good Abeg."
"They can’t even pull crowd like before chai."
"Obara shirike, blood is thicker than water. I knew this would eventually happen."
"So glad to have them back. They really do have great stage performances. They career is about to pick like mad."
"Peter and Paul dem be one no be two."
"If they just release album now they will cashout massively."
"I love this"
"Thank God for the settlement,may the peace of the Lord be with the two of you."
"Back and better. Love this "
Peter and Paul in Sierra Lione
Peter and Paul Okoye recently took a trip to Sierra Leone and the brothers were given nothing short of a royal welcome.
Fans in the country were more than excited to see the brothers together for the first time since they reunited and settled their longstanding differences.
A video sighted on the individual pages of the singers captured a massive turnout of fans on the streets of Sierra Leone.