Daddy Showkey, veteran singer, has appealed to Peter and Paul Okoye of Psquare to sheathe their swords and reunite.
The group disbanded in 2016 over creative differences and incessant publicised rifts. The brothers have since launched their respective solo careers.
But Showkey says he will “make sure” the pair comes back as one entity.
The veteran artiste said he dreamt of collaborating with Psquare and also urged Jude Okoye, their elder brother, to facilitate peace between the twins.
“I want Psquare to come back together. and I will pray that it happens,” Showkey said in an Instagram post.
“It is time for them to come back together. I will make sure it happens.”
Addressing Peter and Paul, he said: “Think about your children and what you guys are doing to them, because of what is going on between you.
“You are depriving them of childhood memory’s together, so think well my brothers, there is nothing like unity & peace so you guys should think well about this.”
In another message to Jude, he said: “People are clamouring, trying to see the way to make peace between these brothers. Your own brothers. You are busy saying one of your brothers is a prodigal son.
“It’s high time. If you are a true brother, it’s high time you look for a way to reconcile your brothers. We will support you.”
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