Musical duo, Psquare reveals how reunion has impacted their spending habits

Nigerian musical duo Peter and Paul Okoye, better known as Psquare have shared insights on their reunion and the ways it has affected their spending habits.

In a recent interview with CNN’s African Voices Change Makers, the twin brothers revealed that they now prioritize investing in their businesses instead of spending extravagantly on luxury items.

Recall that the twin brothers went their separate ways in 2017 after a disagreement over the role of their older brother, Jude Okoye, as their manager.

Nonetheless, in 2021 they reconciled and hosted their inaugural headline concert later that same year.

PSquare with Larry Madowo during their CNN African Voices interview

Speaking about their reunion, Peter said;

“What happened is this, if you know anything that happens in a group, it’s the same thing. It doesn’t change the fact that we are humans. We always going to look for that wind of change. Sometimes when things happen, always take the positive part of it and drop the negative parts. Why I said so is that I become more industrious.”

The father of two also revealed that he has learned a lot from his solo career and has invested in several companies.

He added,

 “In the next year or two, I wanna own the biggest casino in Africa. All of us are into real estate.”

Meanwhile, Paul attributed their 2017 split to personal familial matters rather than musical differences. He said,

“Now that we are back together, as more money is coming in I know where I am putting it. But then it was just wristwatches, chains. But now it is different.”

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