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Olumuyiwa Adejobi, the Nigerian Police Force Public Relations Officer, has said that controversial singer, Habeeb Okikiola popularly known as Portable, will face more than six charges in court.

Adejobi made this known in a Twitter thread on Saturday, while explaining the difference between the alleged threat by Musiliu Akinsanya, better known as MC Oluomo, and Portable’s case.

The Informant247 reports that portable was issued a 72-hour ultimatum by the Ogun State Police Command to report himself to the nearest police station or be arrested by Friday.

Portable, who could not surrender himself after 72-hour ultimatum, landed in police custody on Friday after resisting arrest a day earlier when policemen stormed his office.

The Informant247 on Tuesday reports that two videos went viral showing the artiste cursing some officers of the Force in Ogun state.

In the clip, Portable claimed that an internet fraudster had brought the police to his bar to arrest him and his staff members “for no reason”.

However, responding to a Twitter user, who compared both cases, Adejobi tweeted, “I am sure you are very awake as I have addressed MC’s case, but Portable has more than six count (sic) charges to attend to, apart from resisting arrest and injuring a policeman.

“He will be charged to court for beating up a guy in Otta, who fired a petition to the Commissioner of Police in Ogun.

“There are many pending cases of assaults on people and attacks, and he will be investigated because people have complained against him.

“So, there is no sentiment in law. Let him appear in court and allow the judge to listen to the charges against him. He has no constitutional immunity anyway. Ire o.”

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