Lagos Police Arrest Portable Over Unpaid G-Wagon Debt

The Lagos State Command of the Nigeria Police Force has arrested the popular Nigerian singer, Portable. The arrest is due to the singer’s failure to pay the remaining balance on a G-Wagon car he purchased from a vehicle dealer.

Portable bought the vehicle for N27 million but only paid N13 million, refusing to settle the remaining N14 million despite the dealer’s persistent attempts to collect the balance.

According to Punch, whenever the dealer contacted Portable about the payment, he claimed the vehicle was faulty. The dealer reported the issue to the police, leading to Portable’s arrest after an investigation.

Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, Benjamin Hundeyin, confirmed the arrest, 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.”

Meanwhile, Portable recently alleged that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is planning to arrest him upon his return to Nigeria. The ‘Zazu’ hitmaker, who was abroad when he made the claim, shared these allegations during a recent Instagram live session with fans.

Portable’s troubles with the EFCC reportedly stem from accusations by a self-proclaimed social media activist known as VeryDarkMan, who has urged the commission to investigate the singer for his handling of the national currency. Portable has publicly pleaded for leniency from the EFCC, asking for forgiveness if found guilty of any wrongdoing.

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