Peter Okoye, one-half of the famous music duo P-Square, has expressed his frustration over the state of Nigeria’s economy, particularly the rising cost of diesel. He claimed that he spends approximately 3 million Naira every month to purchase diesel for his household.
The singer vented his concerns about the significant impact of increased living costs on daily life. He compared this substantial monthly diesel expenditure to the much lower amount he spent on his first car many years ago, which cost him 120,000 Naira.
Peter Okoye’s statement highlights the challenges faced by individuals, businesses, and industries in Nigeria due to the country’s economic difficulties. His post resonated with many who have experienced the effects of economic fluctuations.
Apart from his economic concerns, Peter Okoye has been a topic of controversy on social media for his involvement in advocating for police intervention and justice in the case of Mohbad’s passing. Some netizens accused him, along with Iyabo Ojo and Tonto Dikeh, of pursuing the matter for clout rather than genuine concern, adding complexity to the discussions surrounding these issues.