Monday July 16, 2018
By Aiden Graw
Paul Okoye of the P square and his wife Anita, celebrated their twins Nadia and Nathan‘s first birthday over the weekend and though several celebrities graced the occasion, his twin brother, Peter was noticeably absent.
The brother and his family failed to show up at the event which held in the heart of Lagos.
Apparently, the Okoye brothers are still not at peace with one another.
According to insiders, the feud in the family is between Paul and their elder brother, Jude, on the one hand, and Peter on the other hand. It will be recalled that for two years running, Peter has repeatedly stated that the group needs a new manager, as he is no longer comfortable with Jude as their manager.
For the most part of 2015 and 2016, the multi-award winning singing duo did not release any song and did not perform at any concert as a result of their feud. The brothers, at different times, went on social media to denounce one another, with many of their fans pleading with them to bury the hatchet.
Paul and Anita threw a party over the weekend for their twins, which had their friends and family such as Big Brother Naija winner Miracle, Julius Agwu, Tobi Bakre, Jim Iyke, Kaffy and more in attendance.
GOSPEL ATRIST EXODUS SET FOR SERENA CONCERT
Gospel singer Exodus is a former street kid, who has over the years embarked on projects through his concerts to help the unprivileged.
Exodus is yet again set to hold a concert aimed at helping the needy in November this year at Serena Hotel.
While speaking to www.mknewslink.com, Exodus said, “I run a charity organisation, Baba Yangu Foundation with my brother. We care for over 380 street children in Kisenyi. We just opened up a programme in Kiteso to give the kids the best we can and then in Kinawataka, where we take care of 130 HIV infected mothers and their children. This is all going to be possible through supporting my upcoming concert.”
SINGER AZIZI AND SUGAR MUMMY MONALISA FIND WAYS OF STAYING IN GOSSIP CIRCLES
19-year-old struggling singer Azizi Magically and his sugar mummy Mona-Lisa Larsson, 85, have found ways of staying relevant in Ugandan gossip circles since the end of last month.
From announcing wedding dates, getting kicked out of hostels, being admitted in Mulago hospital, this odd Bonnie and Clyde couple seems to be living the life.
Last week renowned herbalist Mama Fiina reached out to help the couple after they were stranded in Mulago Hospital with no money to buy food or even pay hospital bills.
Aziz, sugar mummy Mona-Lisa run broke, surviving on water
Mama Fiina gave them Shs2 million and 700 dollars to buy an air ticket for Mona-Lisa.
In Mama Fiina’s view, it was better for the Swedish national to return to her country and let Azizi get his life back on track in Uganda.
Source: www.mknewslink.com a greater western Uganda news website