Breaking: Police Charged Portable to Court
Naijacrawl can confirms that the controversial singer, Habeeb Okikiola aka Portable, is currently being arraign before a magistrate court in Ota, Ogun state on Monday.
It will be recalled hat he was arrested by men of the state police command on Friday, March 31.
The spokesperson of the Nigeria Police Force CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, has said that Portable will be facing at least a six-count charge when he appears at the court following his unruly conduct and incitement against police officers last week Monday.
The Zazzou crooner is being prosecuted on five counts offences.
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Court grants Seun Kuti bail, gives police 48 hours
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