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BBNaija: Laycon receives N32.5m cash car, house

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Big Brother Naija Lockdown edition winner, Olamilekan Agbeleshe, aka Laycon, has finally received N32.5m cash gift, a key to a brand new SUV, and a key to his 2 bedroom apartment being the star prize.
The event, which took place on Wednesday had the CEO Multichoice Nigeria, John Ugbe and Channel director of African Magic Wangi Mba.
According to Ugbe, the Lockdown show amassed 900 million votes, and amazingly, 30 people stand a chance to win N1m each. At the beginning of the show, viewers were asked to lock in their favorite housemate that would win, and 30 people who chose right would be lucky to win N1m.
MNA noted that the Lockdown show is the biggest ever since the BBNaija programme started despite the pandemic. He stated that the coronavirus disease didn’t let the organisers invite guests to the house as well as allow ninjas to interact with the housemates as it was done in the past.
Meanwhile, the local director of Betway, Chris Ubosi revealed that Laycon and Ozo would be given N5m for winning the sports game.

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Portable out with new song after leaving police custody

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Portable out with new song after leaving police custody

Controversial singer, Habeeb Okikiola, popularly known as Portable, wasted no time in getting back to his music career after his recent release from police custody.

The artist shared a snippet of his upcoming song, titled “Spiderman,” just hours after being released.

The “Zazuu” hitmaker, who gained attention for his viral video evading arrest by scaling over a gate, responded to his recent troubles with a diss track. Portable’s arrest stemmed from his failure to adhere to the payment plan for his G-Wagon SUV.

In the wake of the incident, Portable’s creativity took flight as he channeled his experiences into his music. The teaser for “Spiderman” hints at a song that embodies his resilient spirit and ability to overcome obstacles, echoing the theme of his escapade captured in the viral video.

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Portable’s swift return to the studio and release of new music demonstrate his dedication to his craft and his ability to turn adversity into artistic inspiration.

As fans eagerly anticipate the full release of “Spiderman,” Portable continues to make waves in the music industry with his unique style and unwavering determination.

Newstrends reported that Portable regained his freedom after meeting the bail conditions set for his release.

His recent arrest is not the first of Portable’s encounters with the authorities.

Recall that in March 2023, the Ogun State Police Command arrested the famous singer for cursing and manhandling some men of the Nigeria Police Force in two video clips that went viral.

Newstrends also reported that Portable was invited by the police during the probe but refused to honour the invitation thereby propelling the police to issue a 72-hour ultimatum and after which, he got arrested.

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What autopsy revealed on cause of Mohbad’s death – Pathologist

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What autopsy revealed on cause of Mohbad’s death – Pathologist

The pathologist hired to investigate the death of late singer Ilerioluwa Aloba nicknamed Mohbad informed the coroner’s inquest that the cause of death could not be determined.

Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Wahab Shittu, who was in court for the continuation of the inquest today, May 15, informed newsmen that the pathologist in his submission in court stated that by the time the test was carried out, the singer’s body had already decomposed.

Speaking to newsmen after the sitting, Wahab said

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‘’According to him, the cause of death cannot be determined. He gave a lot of reasons. He said by the time they conducted the test, the body had decomposed and that it is not possible for them to determine the cause of death. So the summary he is saying is that the cause of death cannot be ascertained and when you say the cause of death cannot be ascertained, it means it is suspicious, it is not clear, no particular reason. He also went further to say that it may be attributed to reaction to certain drugs administered on him before he died. Again he then qualified that to say he does not know whether it is those drugs that actually led to his death.”

Wahab also mentioned that facts such as the late singer’s disagreement with his wife, Wunmi, as well as Sam Larry were also presented in court by a witness.

Recall that the 27-year-old singer died in controversial circumstances on September 12, 2023. He was buried the next day in Ikorodu. His body was however exhumed on September 21 for an autopsy to be carried out on it to determine the cause of his death.

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We arrested Portable over N14m car debt – Police

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We arrested Portable over N14m car debt – Police

Lagos State Police Command has apprehended renowned musician Habeeb Okikiola, widely known as Portable, for failing to settle a debt incurred during the purchase of a G-Wagon from a local car dealer.

According to reports from PUNCH Online, Portable allegedly purchased the luxury vehicle valued at N27 million but only paid N13 million upfront, neglecting the remaining N14 million balance. Despite repeated requests from the car dealer to fulfill his payment obligations, Portable allegedly cited issues with the vehicle’s quality as a reason for withholding payment.

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Subsequently, after exhausting all attempts to resolve the matter amicably, the car dealer reported the incident to the police. Law enforcement officers promptly intervened and apprehended Portable for further investigation.

Confirming the arrest, Benjamin Hundeyin, the Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, affirmed the situation, stating, “Yes, Portable has been arrested. He bought a G-Wagon for N27 million, paid N13 million, and refused to pay the rest, claiming the vehicle was bad. We arrested him today.”

The incident sheds light on the importance of honoring financial commitments and resolving disputes through proper channels. As the case unfolds, it serves as a reminder of the legal repercussions that may arise from failure to fulfill contractual obligations.

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