According to CSP Muyiwa Adejobi, the Police Force’s Public Relations Officer, controversal street performer Habeeb Okikiola, aka Portable, will be charged with at least six counts of assault and incitement against police officers.
The FPRO provided an explanation on Twitter for why the police took so long to take action against MC Oluomo, who threatened some electorates during the 2023 elections but was quick to apprehend Portable.
In response to a user, the Force PRO tweeted: “I am sure you are very awake as I have addressed MC’s case, but portable has more than 6 count charges to attend to, aside from resisting arrest and hurting a policeman.
“He’ll be” accused of assaulting a man in Otta who had petitioned CP Ogun and had been charged in court.
There are numerous unresolved cases of attacks and assaults against people, and he will be looked into as a result of complaints.
There is no sentiment in the law, so let him show up in court and let the judge hear the accusations against him. In any case, he lacks constitutional immunity. Ire o.”
Earlier this week, Portable posted an Instagram Live video in which he claimed that police had stormed his bar in Sango Ota at the request of an online fraudster.
The singer was invited to the Ogun State Police Command’s office after the video, which has since gone viral and generated some online outrage. Nonetheless, Portable
refused to show up. However, the singer was picked up on Friday by policemen and is expected to spend the weekend in detention.