‘No One Is Allowed To Visit My House Without Their PVC’ – Peter Okoye
Okoye and several of his colleagues have been in the forefront of voter registration.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Peter Okoye of PSquare, a Nigerian singing group, has issued a caution to all potential visitors to his home and business.
The artist stated in a series of tweets posted on his Twitter profile on Monday, June 6, 2022, that PVC is required for guests to get admission to his home and business.
“I have just instructed my security and my management that No one is allowed to visit my house or my office without showing there PVC!” he tweeted.
“This also include my management team and entourage! No PVC! No Visits and Travels!…We must get it right this time and vote out bad leaders.”
In the run-up to the 2023 general elections, Okoye and several of his colleagues have been in the forefront of voter registration.
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