MC Oluomo hosts Portable, boasts about influence in Lagos

MC Oluomo

Chairman of the Lagos State Park and Garages Management Musiliu Akinsanya aka MC Oluomo has hosted singer Portable.

The visit of the ‘Zazoo’ singer comes amid a probe by police after he claimed that he founded notorious crime gangs, One Million Boys and Ajah Boys, in Lagos. Portable has since recanted.

Portable posted a video of his visit to MC Oluomo to Instagram on Thursday.

In the video, the musician praises the former transport union boss. He also goes on his knees to offer more praises while voices in the background call MC Oluomo “incoming king,” referring to a traditional stool which is in contention in Oshodi.

MC Oluomo boasts in the video of his influence in different areas of the state. He said, “This is Lagos. Nobody can tell anyone not to move around. People know me everywhere, is it in Agege, Oshodi?”

Meanwhile, Portable’s claim that he founded crime gangs has severed his relationship with show promoter Sam Larry.

Portable had name-dropped Sam Larry as one of those who witnessed his influence in the crime groups.

But Larry has since dissociated himself from Portable who is not new to controversy.

“I don’t know who One Million Boys are. I only helped Portable. I’m only his benefactor. I’m a promoter,” he said in a video posted to Instagram.

“Where do I know you from? When did we meet? At what point did we have any joint dealing involving one million boys? I’ve not known Portable for more than a year, yet the unfortunate man is mentioning my name in his rants.”

He added, “I never want to see your calls again. I’ll block you even.”