I Didn’t Campaign For APC – Portable Cries Out

Controversial Nigerian singer, Habeeb Okikiola, popularly known as Portable on Tuesday alleged that the All Progressive Congress, APC deceived him as they did not pay him to campaign for them.

Portable explained via a video on Instagram that he was paid to perform in a show but was taken to a campaign rally by APC instead.

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The singer accused the APC of trying to ruin his career adding that he collected N10 million as payment and they are yet to pay him his balance.

He went on to state categorically that he was not campaigning for the APC as people thought and he was simply paid for entertainment purposes.

Meanwhile, the singer has cleared the air on a viral video where he claimed that he founded two notorious cult groups in Lagos.

Portable stated that he was misunderstood.


He further said he never meant that he founded the one million cult group, but has over one million followers.

The singer, who spoke in Yoruba in a video on his Instagram account, said, “I was seated on my own when trouble came for me. When I said one million boys, I meant fans, not terrorists. Just the same way pastors have followers. I have followers; I am not a thief. I have people, don’t even try to come for me.”

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