Lola Omotayo, wife of Peter Okoye, a Nigerian singer and member of Psquare, a now-defunct musical group, has reminded her husband and his twin that they will continue to remain brothers despite their feud.
The mother of two took to her Instagram page on Wednesday to share pictures of the twins as they celebrate their 39th birthday.
In the caption that accompanied the post, she admonished them to reconcile their differences and make the best out of life because it is too short.
She also said love and respect should be important to the pair because they do not only share bond as brothers but twins.
“Hmmm….to the twins, whether you like it or not, you are brothers; you are not only brothers, you are twins. I wish you both a very happy birthday. Life is short, make the best of it. Respect and Love should be sacrosanct,” she wrote.
“As we get older we should realize that life is precious and time waits for no one. My 2 cents. More blessings upon both your lives in Jesus Name.”
In another post, Lola celebrated her husband, who she described as a “real man”. She also prayed for God’s blessings upon him.
“A big birthday shoutout to my dearest husband. What a year it’s been. I am grateful to God for your life. May God Almighty continue to bless and protect you, may you continue to have good health, may you have long life, happiness, peace of mind and prosperity,” she wrote on Instagram.
“We are grateful for all that you do for us and I am so proud of all that you have achieved. You are truly a real man of substance. A solid man. Na real man you be as our people would say. The future is bright. God’s blessings upon you today and always. Happy birthday Mr P.”
The identical twin brothers had started Psquare back in high school but disbanded in 2016 to pursue their personal ambitions and solo careers after a disagreement on the role of Jude Okoye, their older brother and immediate past manager.
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