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Prayers pour in for Portable as he shows off dollars in new post minutes after being granted bail



Prayers pour in for Portable as he shows off dollars in new post

Street artist Portable is back to show off to his haters, after spending a few days in police custody.

Earlier today, Ifo High Court granted singer, Habeeb Okikiola otherwise known as Portable Omolalomi N300,000 bail.

Shortly after fulfilling the conditions for his release, the singer shared new pictures of himself on his Instagram page. He can be seen posing in front of a luxury car with dollars in his hands.

He wrote: Alhamdulilahi, a way of thanking God in the Muslim way.

Fans who were concerned and happy to see him back on social media took the initiative to welcome him and offer their prayers.

DestinyEtiku wrote: Thank God.

One Trinityguy wrote: Blessing of God will be with you.

Fimybaby wrote: God is with you our king.

Cashapplord wrote: Welcome government liability AKOI APC.

Prayers pour in for Portable as he shows off dollars in new post
Prayers pour in for Portable as he shows off dollars in new post
Singer Portable in tears as court grants him N300,000 bail

Kemi Filani reported that Ogun State Nigerian police had arraigned the popular singer at the Ifo High Court in Ogun State on Monday morning, April 3rd, 2023.

The street singer had been arraigned on six counts bordering on assault and theft of musical equipment.

In a new development, the Ifo Magistrate Court had granted him bail. The court granted him bail of N300,000 with two sureties in like sums.

The court ruled that both sureties must have landed properties within the vicinity of the court.

He is to remain at the Ilaro Correctional center until he perfects the conditions of his bail. The case has been adjourned to April 26.

Portable charged to court

It will be recalled on Friday that Portable had been arrested by The Ogun State police command.

The arrest came days after the singer refused to honor the police invitation. Recall that on Tuesday, videos of the street artist raining curses and rough-handling some men of the Nigeria police surfaced on the internet

The “Zazoo’ crooner was handed a 72-hour ultimatum by the Ogun State police command to report himself to the nearest police station following the viral video.

Portable, as usual, failed to report himself to the nearest police station and was arrested by the police and detained at the State Police headquarters in Eleweran, Abeokuta.

Speaking on the development, the Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, confirmed that the singer had been arrested and currently cooling his feet at the state headquarters of the police in Eleweran, Abeokuta.