Portable Declares Love for Nigerian Police Months after Arrest (Video)

Nigerian singer Habeeb Okikiola, widely known as Portable, recently expressed his love and appreciation for the Nigeria Police Force. He shared a video on his Instagram page showing police officers visiting his bar in Sango. In his post, Portable described himself as a “Federal Government liability” and declared the Nigerian police as friends and brothers to citizens.

He encouraged his fans and followers to show love and respect to the police force and to refrain from causing them any problems. This gesture highlights Portable‘s support and positive attitude toward law enforcement.


“Federal Government Liability. God sent Omo Ijoba IKA OF AFRICA. Wahala Musician The New Born Fela.

Police is our friend.

Police is our brother sow them love don’t bring only problems. Respect them police is our father.

God bless Naija Police,” he captioned the video.

In April, Portable faced legal trouble when he was arrested by the Ogun State Police Command. This arrest followed the singer’s refusal to comply with a police invitation. Prior to his arrest, videos had circulated on the internet showing the street artist using strong language and engaging in physical altercations with some members of the Nigeria Police.

In response to these incidents, the Ogun State Police Command issued a 72-hour ultimatum to Portable, instructing him to report to the nearest police station. This legal action was taken in light of his conduct captured in the viral videos.

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