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Psquare Announce 2022 World Tour; 100 Cities To Be Visited!

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P-Square has announced their highly anticipated 2022 world tour.

The legendary Nigerian singing duo, P-Square has announced the details of their highly anticipated 2022 world tour. The tour event tagged ‘P-Square Reunion World Tour’, will see the brothers perform in 100 cities across the world. Talk about a reunion in grand style!
One of the brothers, Peter Okoye, professionally known as Mr. P, shared the big announcement on social media via his Instagram page on Tuesday, May 10, 2022.

Mr. P, disclosed that the event will take place across four continents: Africa, North America, Europe, and Asia. Sharing a flier of the event on his Instagram page, Mr. P wrote:

“P-Square City World Tour 2022. Coming to your city. North America, Europe, United Kingdom, Middle East, Asia, and Africa.” “It’s about to go down and get busy”.

Peter’s twin brother, Paul Okoye, the other member of the group had also previously announced the tour on social media via his Instagram page on Monday.
Peter Okoye, Mr P had earlier boasted that the P-Square duo would sell out the O2 Arena in London during their concert. Mr P, who said this in March, noted that P-Square would “close down” the 20,000-capacity arena, whether they sing new songs or not. While it is safe to the duo is capable of pulling it off, it would be worth nothing that they had been separated for over five years and quite a number of their have lost feel with their music.

The world tour hint first came in January from Rudeboy, professionally known as Paul Okoye, who took to social media to hint at it without giving any concrete detail yet still got the fans excited.

This final world tour announcement comes two months after the duo’s reconciliation following a five-year disbandment of the group due to a feud that ensued between the P-square duo and their families including their brother, Jude Okoye.

 

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