How I Founded Lagos Gangs, 1 Million Boys, Portable Opens Up

How I Founded Lagos Gangs, 1 Million Boys, Portable Opens Up
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Popular Nigerian artiste, Habib Okikiola (Portable) has made an explosive admission where he claimed that he played a big role in founding dreaded criminal groups in Lagos and the Southwestern part of the country. 

The controversial singer announced on Monday that he founded two notorious gangs in Lagos a few years ago.

Portable made the comment while boasting that he was not scared of anyone.

In a trending video, he said: ‘Open your ears and be listening.

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He boasted; ‘Have you heard of Ajah boys, one million boys? I established them.’

He added that socialites Samlarry Eletu and Abu Abel knew him back in the day.

Ajah boys, one million boys are known for their violent activities across the state.

The police at different times arrested a number of members, while some were declared wanted.

Africa Daily News, New York recalls that in late June, Portable reported himself at the Ogun State Police Command headquarters in Eleweran, Abeokuta.

The Zazu crooner was invited for assaulting a young man known as DJ Chicken in a viral video.

The Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, said Portable “has reported at the command’s headquarters Eleweran on Wednesday 29th of June 2022.”

He said the Zazu singer arrived in Eleweran at 5pm with his father and his manager, after which he was taken to the Public Complaints Bureau office by the State Commissioner of Police, Lanre Bankole.

At the Public Complaints Bureau office, Oyeyemi said Portable ”was interrogated about his role in the assault meted out to the boy in the video.”

However, he informed that Portable has been released to a reliable surety because the offence committed is bailable; adding that the strike action ongoing in the state has affected the courts.

Africa Daily News, New York

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