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Portable Retracts Cult-Related Statement After Police Launch Investigation | WATCH

The controversial street-hop singer has retracted his statement after the IGP ordered him to be investigated.

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Nigerian street-hop act, Habeeb Okikiola, popularly known as Portable, has retracted his cult-related statement after the Nigerian police launched an investigation into him.

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Popularly known for his ‘Zazuu’ smash hit and also for his self-given title, “Idamu Adugbo”, the controversial singer is due to be investigated by the Nigerian police following cult-related claims he made in a now-deleted video.

The singer, who is known for his televised rants, was seen taking responsibility for the formation of “One Million Boys” and “Ajah Boys”, both infamous cultist groups in Lagos, in a viral video which he deleted, after which the Nigerian police launched an investigation as regards his claims.

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In a recent video, the singer retracted his statement, saying that the one million boys he meant were mere “followers”, as he has no relationship with the cult group that he was perceived to refer to by the public.

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