Nigerian singer, Habeeb Okikiola, popularly known as Portable (Zazu Zeh), has struck a N50 million endorsement deal with Odogwu Bitters.

Odogwu Bitters is a herbal alcoholic drink brand owned by Nigerian Businessman, Obi Cubana.

Portable took to his Instagram page to upload videos of the deal and is so elated over the new catch that will further soar his popularity.

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He wrote: @obi_cubana don show love ooo. 50 million kwen don zeh for my Aza ooo. Official Ambassador @odogwu_bitters of Africa.”

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The artiste came to the limelight after he was introduced to Olamide by Poco Lee and immediately, Olamide picked interest and called him up to make a song with him the next day.

He became known after he released his song, titled: ‘Zazu Zeh’ in which Olamide and Poco Lee were featured.

The 28-year-old singer has been able to prove himself with street credibility. He has been in music for 10 years before his final break.

Portable has garnered over one million followership on Instagram.