Habeeb Okikiola, the fast-rising Nigerian singer better known as Portable, has secured an endorsement deal with Sujimoto, the Nigerian construction company.


The singer, who shared a video from the signing of the contract, announced the deal via Instagram on Wednesday.

The deal comes after the singer had similarly secured a ₦50 million contract with Obi Cubana, the entrepreneur.

Portable gained traction with his hit track ‘Zazoo Zeh’ featuring Olamide, the rapper, and Poco Lee, the dancer.


He has made headlines for controversial reasons since he came into the limelight towards the end of 2021.

In January, Black Cinderella, the Kenyan radio presenter, had called him out for sharing videos of his moments with ladies in the East African country.

Portable had also threatened to use charm on anyone who comes to raid his house in search of drugs.


This was after operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) arrested some of his colleagues in the music industry in February.

Portable was recently in the news after he sacked his manager, disc jockey, and show promoter.

The singer accused them of sending people who need his help away from him.

He also accused them of being “unruly” whenever he wants to mingle with new people.


Portable said he needed space, adding that whoever is willing to work for him would have to sign a contract.

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