Fans in disbelief as Portable settles family dispute in Ogun community

Nigerian singer, Habeeb Okikiola aka Portable has embraced his role as a traditional chief and begun settling disputes among families in his community.

In a video making the rounds online, he could be seen rocking his chieftaincy cap and judging a monetary matter among indigenes of Aworiland.

CorrectNG recalls that Portable was conferred with a chieftaincy title of Amuludun of Tigbo, Aworiland, Ogun state.

The 28-year-old had taken to his Instagram page last August to announce the development with photos and videos from his coronation ceremony.

He wrote; “Akoi AMULUDUN, Thank God for the blessings every day. Akoi Grace Omolalomi Badmus CEO Dr ZEH Nation Chief AMULUDUN Of TIGBO AWORI Land AMULUDUN Sebi Oba ZAzuu. Na GOD dey run am Thank GOD say man no be God”.

Watch the video below:

IG user gbdarapkid commented; wahala dey settle wahala lol 😂 wahala wahala wahala

daveeedtobie; So portable don turn peace maker now now.

bukkiepreeeety; Omo Nigeria na funnny country. SO awa portable na judge

In other news, CorrectNG reported earlier that a circuit court in Ghana sentenced a 21-year-old commercial motorcyclist to 15 years in jail for robbery and conspiracy.

The convict, Emmanuel Waki alias Pocket, pleaded guilty to robbing a bystander of his mobile phone in front of the Police CID Headquarters.

The incident reportedly happened on December 19, 2022, and it was witnessed by the Inspector General of Police who was returning from routine observational duties.

The prosecutor, Inspector Babayi told the court that at about 8:10pm on that fateful day, the Inspector General of Police (IGP) with his security men on return from their routine observational duties while in front of the Police CID Headquarters spotted a motorcycle rider riding against traffic.

He said the rider upon reaching the pedestrian pavement opposite the Headquarters, robbed the cellular phone of a pedestrian who was waiting for a vehicle and sped off.

The Prosecutor said the victim attempted to chase the rider but failed to catch up on him. The orderlies of the IGP who witnessed the crime from a distance quickly pursued the motorbike and in a few minutes, accosted the first accused, Salifu Alhaji.

He said, the first accused who was using the Apsonic motorbike, red colour with registration number M-20-GR6987 whose personality had semblance with the perpetrator they saw committed the crime and handed him over for investigation.

Babayi added that the first accused during investigation denied the offence but mentioned the second accused as the one who robbed the phone because he spotted him on his motorbike moving towards the direction of the robbery scene with similar motorbike as his.