Paul Okoye: Singer was on the road for 9 hours before Copenhagen show
Paul Okoye was on the road for 9 hours before Copenhagen show

Paul Okoye shared a story of how a cancelled flight almost led him to disappoint his fans in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Just to avoid disappointing his fans in Copenhagen, Paul Okoye was on the road for 9 hours between Germany and Denmark.

The former half of the Psquare duo, shared a story of how a cancelled flight almost led him to disappoint his fans in Copenhagen, Denmark.

According to him, ‘We almost disappointed the fans in Copenhagen last night, but God made it possible. There was only one flight from Germany to Copenhagen and the flight was canceled at the last hour of 6pm, there was no flight, no connection flight to a nearby country and also no train, not even a bus we had to beg an ordinary taxi driver who decided to embark on 9hrs drive to Copenhagen by road and guess what? we made it to the venue by 3am and got on stage by 3:15am’.

 

‘But sha I no baff and it was a great concert and a soldout concert for that matter, thanks to everyone at the concert for your patience. Thank God especially for journey mercies and to that driver from Pakistan God bless you’ he wrote.

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Paul is currently on a tour of Europe and he’s scheduled to perform in Stockholm in Sweden, on Sunday, August 12, 2018.

Paul Okoye calls out FG, blasts SARS

Paul Okoye is pissed and is calling out the Federal Government for ignoring the atrocities being committed by the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) on a daily basis.

The singer took to his Instagram page on Friday, June 8, 2018, to drag the police department which has since become notorious for assaulting and extorting Nigerian citizens.

He accused them of ignoring videos of the atrocities they commit while focusing on irrelevant issues such as drinking and smoking.

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