'I brought Psquare back, but there is still a need for additional prayers,' he stated.
Uche Maduagwu, a Nollywood actor, announced on his verified social media profile that it is because of him that Nigerian artists Peter and Paul, also known as Psquare, are reconciling.
It's no longer news that the Psquare brothers disbanded their group roughly 5 years ago, allegedly due to a disagreement over their manager's job. Many people have been upset since these two brothers went their separate ways since they enjoy seeing Psquare sing together. It has recently been reported that the Psquare brothers, who had previously unfollowed each other on social media, have now re-followed themselves, leading some to believe that they are gradually reuniting.
Following reports that Psquare had reunited, Uche Maduagwu stated that the group is only 35% back together and that more prayers are needed to get them entirely back together. He, on the other hand, claimed that when he announced that he was bringing Psquare back together, a slew of Nigerian celebrities advised him to mind his own business.
Uche Maduagwu, according to him, said: "Psquare is about a third of the way back together. I returned them, but more prayers are still required. Everything is possible with God, except for their new single in 2022 "..
Psquare will release a new song together in 2021, according to Uche Maduagwu, and God will make it feasible.
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