The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: P-Square Stop-Over in Nairobi

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Nigerian twin broda's and music superstars, P Square made a stop over in Nairobi Wednesday night on their way to Uganda for a concert today.

The Okoye brothers, Paul and Peter were accompanied by their big brother Jude who is also their producer and an eight-man-band. They arrived at JKIA at 9:50pm and headed to Sankara where they were booked for the night.

Nana Gecaga the CEO of Bora Ubora facilitated their short visit. Nana told Word Is, "P Square's management called me at 3pm on Wednesday to help find them accommodation and facilitate their visit."

She continued: "They had heard of Sankara but hadn't had the chance to stay there. They were happy about the welcome they received and most of all they were impressed by the Christmas tree made of stuffed teddy bears." P Square who are famed for their hit Alingo and Chop My Money are set to perform at the Lugogo Cricket Oval.

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