Portable Opens Up About His Prison Experience Days After Regaining Freedom

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Portable Speaks About His Prison Experience Days After Regaining Freedom

News reported that the fast-rising singer was detained at the Ilaro Prison in Ogun State on Monday before being granted bail.

The state police command had brought Portable before the court on a five-count charge bordering on assault and stealing.

A magistrate’s court sitting in the Ifo Local government area of Ogun state granted him bail but remanded him pending the perfection of the bail conditions.

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Magistrate A.S Soneye said, the offences are bailable and granted him bail with a bond of N300,000, two sureties who must reside within the jurisdiction of the honourable court.

Hours after his detention in prison, Portable was released having met his bail conditions.

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The Zazu crooner on Wednesday took to his Instagram page to share his experience in detention in his yet-to-be-released single titled ‘Federal Government Liability’.

In a snippet of the song, Portable said he is a child of grace and can never be disgraced.

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The singer also bragged that he didn’t wear a prison uniform while at the correctional centre.

He said: “I am a child of Grace. Latest glory. From star to the eagle, come and see grace wey no dey disgrace. They carried me to prison but I didn’t wear their cloth. Leave me alone. I am not a prisoner”.

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