See How Nigerians React After Portable Was Conferred With Chieftancy Title ‘Amuludun’ in Ogun

Nigerians have continued to weigh in on the chieftaincy title bestowed upon singer Portable, glamsquad reports.


READ ALSO: Video: Portable Apologies To Organisers Of The Headies Awards Following Disqualification

Remember that the Zazu Zeh singer, real name Habeeb Okikiola, recently received the chieftaincy title of Amuludun of Tigbo, Aworiland.


On Monday, Portable took to Instagram to share photos and videos from the graduation ceremony.


“Akoi AMULUDUN, Thank God for the blessings every day,” he added. CEO Dr ZEH Nation Chief AMULUDUN Of TIGBO AWORI Land AMULUDUN Sebi Oba ZAzuu> Akoi Grace Omolalomi Badmus Thank GOD, I’m still alive.

Since bursting onto the scene in 2021, the 28-year-old has been dogged by controversy.

In one case, he claimed to have founded a notorious cult group but later denied it after being questioned by police.


Similarly, he was summoned by police in Ogun State for allegedly assaulting a rival and videotaping the incident.


Portable was also kicked out of The Headies Awards for threatening his fellow nominees.


READ ALSO: Portable Reacts To Headies Award Disqualification, Says He Doesn’t Regret His Actions


Many Nigerians who reacted to the chieftaincy title conferment expressed opposing views on Facebook.

Oluwabe Awoete “Perhaps with this chieftain title he will begin to calm down small, small in all his doing,” Stephen wrote.

“Pray for your own grace and glory to be recognized beyond your immediate environment and family circle for those who criticize him.” Remember that the Law of Karma exists. “Wish for others what you wish for yourself.”

“What do you expect in a country where bandits have houses built for them with public funds, where bandits are turbaned?” wrote Yiro Abari High.

“If a known bandit, a killer blood-suckling mallam, can be crowned, what stops a mad man from enjoying the same gesture?” Amaechi Oruta wrote.

“No wonder Nigeria is what it is!” wrote Augustus Caesar. Even as a madman, you can buy anything with money.”

“You are not helping this guy,” Oluwafunsho Vicxiano Omo Imole wrote.

“Nigeria and money, can you imagine?” wrote Chukwujekwu Otali Onwuanyi.

Ikong “If Emir can give terrorist chieftaincy title, I see nothing wrong with portable getting the title,” Christian Ikong wrote.

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