Drama as Portable bags huge endorsement from MC Oluomo following his trouble with the police

Portable meets MC Oluomo
Rising musician Habeeb Okikiola, also known as Portable, has received a free movement guarantee from the leader of the Lagos state NURTW section, Musiliu Akinsanya, well known as MC Oluomo.
This was in response to his social media diatribe, which got him in hot water with the Nigerian police.
A video that went viral showed the moment MC Oluomo ordered Lagosians not to block Portable’s entry to any region of the state.

MC Oluomo claimed to be the governor of Lagos state by naming several of the state’s municipalities, including Agege, Oshodi, Lekki, and Iyana Ipaja.

Portable, who was present during the video session, expressed joy and happiness for the freedom of movement he gained from the NURTW boss.

Nigerians who reacted to this development claimed the singer would soon misbehave as that is his norm and character.

Kemi Filani recalls that Portable landed himself in trouble with the police when he claimed that he was the one who formed the infamous Ajah boys and one million boys in Lagos state.

The ‘Zazuu’ crooner generated angry reactions from Nigerians who called him out for his brutal behaviour and unbridled tongue that would lead him to jail.

While trying to retrace his steps, Portable denied his earlier statement, which was captured in a video, where he emphatically claimed he created the infamous one million boys.

He wrote: This has come to an end, and I feel compelled to speak up… Please, everyone, understand that I did not intend to campaign for the APC; it was a show they informed me about before I found myself at the APC headquarters, and as a man, I had no choice but to perform the job because it entailed money. And by 1 million males, I meant 1 million followers. People are threatening my life; everyone should look into it.



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