Portable celebrates one year anniversary as chief Anuludun.
Habeeb Oyegbile, also known as Portable in Nigeria, and his wife Ewatomi celebrate the first anniversary of their chieftaincy.
In the Ota region of Ogun State, the musician was given the chieftaincy title of “Chief Amuludun” one year ago today. Amuludun, the however name of the character, is a Yoruba word that means “one who makes a community happy.”
The performer uploaded a video of himself and his wife, Portable and Ewatomi, dancing and rejoicing in a joyful environment while wearing matching traditional clothing and crowns.
They danced in the middle, surrounded by well-wishers and delighted onlookers who showered them with cash. Taye Currency, a well-known Fuji artist, gave a performance at the occasion and entertained the audience with his songs. In the presence of local residents and other traditional leaders present at the event, Portable and his wife celebrated.
Olabode Thomas-Fagbayi, the Onitigbo of Tigbo-llu country, gave Portable the title once he became well-known. The street hop singer shared videos from his coronation as the Amuludun of Tigbo Awori on Monday, August 22, 2022.
Habeeb Okikiola, a controversial Nigerian artist better known by his stage name Portable, recently marked his one year as a royal chief in the state of Ogun.
Recall that the singer received a chieftaincy title as the Amuludun of Tigbo land from Olabode Thomas-Fagbayi, the Onitigbo of Tigbo-Ilu Land in Ota, Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Area of Ogun State.
Amuludun’s title is a Yoruba proverb that means “one who makes a community happy.”
As Ogun state residents excitedly danced around Portable and his wife Bewaji, they were celebrating their one-year wedding anniversary. Taye Currency, a well-known Ibadan Fuji musician, was observed playing timeless music for the wedding.