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Police will investigate Portable over a link to the dreaded ‘One Million Boys’

Inspector General of Police, Usman Baba Alkali has ordered Lagos Police Commissioner, Abiodun Alabi to investigate popular hip hop artist, Habeeb Okikiola popularly known as Portable for founding the fearsome cult gang named “One Million Boys”. ”.

Portable who was recently questioned by Ogun State Police over an attack on one of his former crew members, DJ Chicken, in a recent video that went viral on the internet boasted of having formed the “One Million Boys” and other notorious cult bands.

The image maker in charge of the Nigerian Police, Muyiwa Adejobi, confirmed in a brief statement on Monday that the police would investigate the Zazuu crooner.

Adejobi, in a statement signed by him on Monday, said: “Following the trending video of a Habeeb Okikiola aka Portable where he claimed to have formed the cult group One-Million Boys terrorizing parts of Lagos State, the IGP ordered CP Lagos to investigate the indictment and take the necessary legal action.

“This directive is premised on the continued efforts of the Nigerian police to fish out the stalwarts and sponsors of sectarian groups to decimate their activities and restore sanity to our society.”

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