In a recent video posted on social media by Habeeb Akikola widely known as Portable, the singer claimed to have founded the cult group called “One Million Boys” that have terrorized many residents in parts of Lagos.
“Open your ears and hear me; have you heard about Ajah Boys, One Million Boys? I’m their founder, go and ask Sammy Larry,” he boasted while speaking in Yoruba. These were the exact words said by Portable in the now deleted video. Don’t worry, we still have a copy of the video ….it’s at the end of the post.
This remark has sparked tons of criticism by fans and citizens of Lagos. Even the Nigerian police has descriped this statement as Indicting.
The Inspector General of Police, Baba Usman, has directed authorities of the Lagos State Police Command to investigate the claim and ensure necessary legal action was taken. Olumuyiwa Adejobi, The Police Force PRO confirmed the police chief’s directive in a statement on Monday in Abuja.
“Sequel to the trending video of one Habeeb Okikiola aka Portable where he claimed to have formed the One Million Boys cult group terrorising some parts of Lagos State, the IGP has ordered CP Lagos to investigate the indicting statement and take necessary legal action,”. This was a statement given by Adejobi, a Chief Superintendent of Police. He stated that the police is working hard to identify sponsors of cult groups and curb the activities of criminals in Nigeria.
Portable came to the limelight last December following the release of his hit song, ‘Zazu Zeh’, in which he featured top artiste and record label boss, Olamide.
Just last month, the singer was declared wanted by the police authorities in neighbouring Ogun over a trending video clip that showed Portable directing some youths to beat up a young man and inflict bodily injury on him.
The incident which occurred around mid-June was said to have taken place somewhere in the Ilogbo area of Ogun State.
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