Our history can’t be written without Peace Anyiam-Osigwe – P-Square


Peter and Paul of P-Square have reacted with shock to the death of Peace Anyiam-Osigwe, founder of the Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA).

Ms Anyiam-Osigwe died in a hospital in Lagos on Monday after days in a coma.

In a statement they jointly released on Tuesday, the twin brothers said they were devasted to learn of the death.

According to them, their history cannot be written without a mention of the deceased.

The duo’s statement reads: “We are devastated to learn about the passing of an Amazon and a woman we have known as family for decades now.

“Madam Peace, as we fondly call her, beyond being one of Nollywood’s biggest advocates and promoters globally, played an instrumental role in our career.

“For which we remain grateful.

“The history of P-SQUARE cannot be written without a mention of Peace Anyiam-Osigwe

“Our hearts and prayers go out to the entire Anyiam-Osigwe family, AMAA, the African Film industry, AMP and the various charities she was a part of.

“You do not bear this great loss alone, we are with you.

“God bless and keep you Madam Peace.

“Rest well. 


“Peter & Paul Okoye.”

P-Square performed at the 2022 edition of the Africa Movie Academy Awards held in Lagos in October.

It was the second time the brothers performed together in Nigeria after their reunion following a four-year split.

Anyiam-Osigwe was one of those behind the twins’ first video off their 2003 debut album Last Nite.