Kodak’s death: Clarence Peters, others finally granted bail

Popular music video director and producer, Clarence Peters has finally been granted bail after he was detained by the Lagos state police command over the death of video vixen and dancer, Picture Kodak.

Clarence Peters had been detained since Sunday after he and others were invited for questioning as part of investigation to unravel the truth about the death of dancer Picture Kodak who died on the night of Wednesday, April 29th at his studio in Omole, Lagos.

Multiple eyewitness accounts have it that the energetic dancer died after she was electrocuted while charging her phone at Clarence’s studio. But, for whatever reason, the police suspects foul play which is why Clarence and others were detained.

According to LIB, Police sources confirmed that Clarence has now been granted administrative bail while investigation continues. 

”They were granted administrative bail while investigation is ongoing. Members of the public will be updated on the outcome of the investigation as soon as it is concluded” the source said

It was learned that the music producer and his crew members were released to his father, Music Legend Shina Peters at the Panti Police station

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