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Portable arrested over refusal to pay for purchased car

Portable arrested over refusal to pay for purchased car

 

 

Controversial hip hop star, Habeeb Okikiola ,popularly known as Portable has been arrested for allegedly refusing to pay for the balance of a vehicle he purchased.
He was arrested by Lagos State Police command, and he was being interrogated by operative.
Lagos State Police Public Relations officer (PPRO) SP Benjamin Hundenyi confirmed the arrest.
It was gathered that the arrest of the hip hop star followed a petition from an unnamed auto dealer.
Police sources said that the hip hop star made attempts to evade arrest, before he was captured by the policemen.
A source, who pleaded anonymity said that Portable ” was very remorseful and was even begging that the arrest will affect his traveling abroad for a show.”
” He was heard saying that he just came back from a foreign trip and that he is planning for another trip but that the arrest will affect his preparation.”
The police source said ” He was begging the policemen that he respected them and that he was not making attempt to escape from them.
According to the source ” Meanwhile, he was still arrogant to the petitioner, bragging that he was only respecting the policemen and not the petitioner.”
It was gathered that Portable bought a vehicle from the auto dealer and paid #13 million naira (thirteen million naira out of #27 million naira.”
Another police source, who also pleaded anonymity said ” Initially, he refused to pay anything but after intervention, he paid #13 million and stopped further payment.
The Lagos police image maker told our Correspondent that ” Yes he is still in our custody, but he will be released as soon as he provides a reliable surety.”

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