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Paul Okoye takes his twins out for swimming (photos)

Paul Okoye shares pictures showing Nathan and Nadia swimming.

Below are beautiful pictures showing the children of Nigerian singer, Paul Okoye aka Rudeboy. He took his lovely twin babies, Nathan and Nadia out for their first swim and they were accompanied by their elder brother, Andre.

Paul Okoye takes his twins
Paul Okoye
Paul Okoye takes his twins


Paul Okoyeand his wife Anita dedicated their twins few months ago. The couple were joined by close friends like Julius Agwu and his wife Ibiere Agwu as they took their twins to church for the first time.  

You will recall that Wife to Paul of Psquare Anita recently revealed she survived four miscarriages before giving birth to her twins. The mother-of-three on Instagram expressed gratitude to friends and family who stood by her during difficult times. According to her, she was not expecting to give birth to a set of twin after miscarriages.

She wrote:

Paul Okoye takes his twins

“Who would have thought after 4 miscarriages, I’d be dancing and singing and dedicating TWINS to God almighty!! This God is too good o!!!

“God has really turned my mourning into dancing again and has lifted my sorrows. I am so grateful to God, my family and friends for standing by me through it all, for remembering me in their prayers, for every ounce of support…God bless every single one of you!!”

Rudeboy recently parted ways with his brother Peter Okoye, who were together known as PSquare. Their split was a highly controversial one with talks of death threats. It is not quite clear what led to the break up, but many social media fans have fingered Peter’s wife as the reason for the split.

Since going their separate ways, both singers have released singles plus videos that are doing well.

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