Peter Okoye, former member of Nigerian music group, Psquare, has revealed why he no longer carries on business activities with his siblings. According to him, engaging in business with members of one's family was not healthy. In an interview with Guardian Life, Peter also said he does not regret revealing the problems of his family […] Why I no longer do family business – Peter Okoye

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