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Court Orders Seal up Of P-Square Omole Mansion

Paul Okoye storming out of his residence
News reaching us are reporting that the residence of Pop brothers Paul and Peter Okoye aka PSquare has been seized by court order.

According to Naij.com, about 6:00am on Friday, February 19, sheriffs from the Lagos High court and FSARS stormed the Okoye’s residence in Omole with a court order to size the property due to the ongoing allegations against them but as the gateman refused them entry, they forced their way in injuring one of the security guards.

Paul driving out of the house Speaking with eye witnesses at Psquare’s Omole residence, Naij.com gathered that the Okoye brothers Paul, Peter and Jude Okoye were paid over N8m in January, to perform at a show but the music duo failed to turn up.

But another source revealed that, about 8 to 9 years ago the Psquare brothers were paid about N1m for a show in Benin. Psquare arrived the venue on the agreed date but unfortunately the show was postponed to the next day so they refused to stay and returned to Lagos.

The organizer of the show demanded for his money but they are yet to refund any part of it and the case has since been taken to court.

However, it was allegedly reported that Squareville located in Omole Phase 1, Ojodu Berger, is no longer owned by Psquare but older brothers Paul and Jude.

Meanwhile, one of the singing duo, Paul has asked their teeming fan to ignore all the speculations. He said: “Pls ignore the rumours that our house is on fire. People sha… GODforbid, there was a situation in our Neighborhood early dis morning and iour attention was needed and my People called me as early as 5am. So I had to drive frm island to intervene”

The brothers have been at war among themselves with Peter calling out on their elder brother who doubles as their producer and manager. There have been allegations and counter allegations with Paul taking side with their elder brother Jude. Recently Naij.com, had an interview with one of the Psquare brothers Paul Okoye who spoke on why he decided to float his own record label among others.
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