Portable is overjoyed after signing a 50 million dollar sponsorship deal with Obi Cubana’s Odogwu Bitters.
Habeeb Okikiola, popularly known as Portable, a fast-rising Nigerian artist, has landed a lucrative endorsement contract with billionaire businessman Obi Cubana’s latest venture, Odogwu Bitters.
The philanthropist and millionaire has expanded his business into the realm of herbs, and he has been aggressively marketing his products.
Portable is his newest brand ambassador, following the addition of Zubby Micheal and actress Omoni Oboli.
The millionaire spent a lot of money to get the great vocalist to be the face of his company.
Portable, who wrote a song specifically for the product, shared the happy news on Instagram.
He disclosed that the endorsement contract paid him a hefty N50 million.
“@obi_cubana don show love ooo. 50 million kween don zen for my Aza ooo. Official Ambassador @odogwu_bitters of Africa
Drink @odogwu_bitters if you want to zeh make dem no fuck your wife”.
Although it has only been 6 months since Habeeb Okikiola, better known as Portable, rose to prominence, the singer has already achieved a number of triumphs.
Portable is growing his wings in the music world, from having a hit song in ‘Zazoo Zeh,’ which broke multiple chats, to hosting several concerts and shows.
The musician has finally surpassed a million Instagram followers, surprising many with his rapid climb to popularity.
Many claimed that scandals aided him because some of the world’s most famous people still had tens of thousands of followers.
According to Sarknation.com reports, the singer’s Instagram page has reached a million followers.