Peter Okoye, also known as Mr. P has won his first award as a solo artist since the breakup of the group, P-Square.
The singer made this known through a post shared on his Instagram page @peterpsquare where he shared images of the award with the caption,
“Yes guys we did it! We won!!! My very first award as a solo act! You guys made this happen… International Achievement Recognition Awards.
Slow and steady but surely! God is great.
“To iarawards my profound thanks, I was hoping to be in London but as you’re aware, I’m in the middle of my US/Canadian Tour at the moment! I will be by to pick up my award personally,” he wrote.
In a subsequent post Mr. P also: “Team P this one is for us! Thanks for the love and support.
This is just the beginning… I may not be there yet, but I’m closer than I was yesterday. Thank you so much.”
The International Achievement Recognition Awards (IARA) was founded in 2014 with the aim of celebrating artistes across the art and entertainment industry, highlighting outstanding talents, laudable initiatives and recognise the hard work of those in theatre, music, film/TV and the fashion industry.
Other winners at this year’s edition, which held over the weekend, include Toyin Lawani for Best Fashion Female Designer, Bonang Matheba for Best Media Personality and Michael Dappah for Best Male Artiste.Ever since the break up of P-Square, the Okoye brothers have followed their individual careers and it seems to be paying off, as both brothers are not doing badly.
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