Nigerian singer Habeeb Okikiola, popularly known as Portable, is in hot water with the law. The Police Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Muyiwa Adejobi, recently announced that the artist will face at least six counts of charges following his unruly conduct and incitement against police officers.
In a Twitter post, the FPRO addressed why the police were slow to act against MC Oluomo, who threatened some electorates during the 2023 elections but were swift to pick Portable up. He explained that Portable has many pending cases of assaults on people and attacks, apart from resisting arrest and injuring a policeman. Additionally, he will be charged to court for beating up a guy in Otta, who filed a petition to CP Ogun.
The police picked up Portable on Friday after he refused to show up when he was invited by the Ogun State Police Command to their office. The artist had shared an Instagram Live video claiming that some police personnel had stormed his bar at Sango Ota at the instance of an internet fraudster. The video sparked outrage online, prompting the police to act.
Portable’s case highlights the importance of respecting the law and understanding the consequences of one’s actions. It is essential to note that no one is above the law, and everyone must face the consequences of their actions, regardless of their social status. The law exists to ensure justice and order in society, and everyone must abide by it.
In conclusion, Portable’s case will serve as a lesson to others who might be tempted to incite violence or engage in unruly behavior. It is important to understand that the law applies to everyone and that justice will always prevail. It is our collective responsibility to uphold the law and maintain peace and order in our society.