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    Singer, Portable’s Driver Reportedly Crashes A Motor Rider To Death In Ogun State

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    News trickling in has it that an aide to the controversial Nigerian singer, Habeeb Okikiola, widely known as Portable has crashed a motor ride to death around Iyana Ilogbo in Ogun State.

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    According to reports, Portable’s driver was on his way to the naming ceremony of his boss’ second child when he accidentally crashed a motor rider with his employer’s Range Rover.

    Further reports about the incident revealed that the victim was immediately rushed to the hospital but unfortunately gave up the ghost.

    However, it is unknown if the driver has been arrested or if the singer himself has been invited to the police station for interrogation.

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    In other news, Andrew Ogabor, a 34-year-old man has reportedly been arrested and dragged to the Yaba Magistrate Court in Lagos for allegedly drugging a young lady, raping her and posting her nakedness on social media.

    According to reports, Andrew was said to have lured his victim into an apartment Bariga area of Lagos, laced her drink with drugs, had sexual relations with her without her consent and also filmed her nakedness and posted it on social media.

    Further reports stated that the defendant threatened to kill the victim after she confronted him about the incident. He was then reported to the police and he was apprehended.

    His brother, Bernard Ogabor who was reported to have obstructed the police after they went to arrest Andrew was also arrested in the process.

    Upon interrogation, it was discovered that Andrew filmed the victim’s nakedness and posted the photos and videos on social media just to humiliate her.

    He was found culpable and subsequently dragged to the court for prosecution while his brother was also charged with the obstruction of justice after the police went to arrest the defendant.


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