Naira abuse: EFCC planning to arrest me when I land in Nigeria – Portable raises alarm

Street-hop singer and record label founder, Habeeb Okikiola known professionally as Portable, has claimed that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), is planning to arrest him over Naira abuse.

Portable, who disclosed that he currently not in the coutry, alleged in a video that the EFCC intends to send operatives to apprehend him once he arrives Nigeria.

This is coming days after the Zeh Nation founder had begged the commission to overlook his old videos where he was spraying money to fans.

EFCC planning to arrest me when I land in Nigeria - Portable

But in the trending Instagram live session, Portale said he is now being targeted after online activist, Martins Vincent Otse aka VeryDarkMan asked the agency to come after him for allegedly abusing the Naira.

He berated VeryDarkMan for ‘talking too much’ and wondered why he dropped his name with the anti-graft agency for prosecution.

Portable expressed disappointment that that after Nigerians begged for him to be released from detention he still has the guts to brag and keep criticising people online.

Portable said: “I am scared. The EFCC is planning to arrest me when I return to Nigeria because VeryDarkMan name-dropped me. VeryDarkMan abi VeryDarkBrain, you talk too much. Leave talk for people who have something reasonable to say.

Are you a law enforcement officer? Your opinions on public affairs are for people in the law enforcement agencies. When you were arrested it was Nigerians who begged for your freedom.

When you came out, you were lean; all your muscles disappeared. And now you’re bragging. Leave talk for people who are sensible. You talk about women, politics, everything. What do you do for a living? TokTok.”

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