- The Nigerian police have reportedly detained video director, Clarence Peters, over the death of video vixen, Picture Kodak
- The young dancer is said to have died at the director’s residence after being electrocuted while charging her phone
- Clarence has now reportedly been detained by the police for questioning as they investigate the case
Energetic and talented young dancer, Love Divine also known as Picture Kodak, recently died after she was reportedly electrocuted while charging her phone at popular video director, Clarence Peter’s house.
According to new reports, Clarence Peters has now been arrested by the police alongside others for questioning in relation to the death.
It was gathered that the spokesperson of the Lagos state police command, Bala Elakana, spoke with LIB and revealed that they are investigating a murder charge as he admitted that the video producer has been detained.
He reportedly said: “They are detained. It is a full-fledged investigation. It is a murder charge. We are probably looking at murder. We are not concluding at this stage. If she died of electrocution according to reports, it is left for us to find out. Was she actually electrocuted? What went wrong? An autopsy will also show”.
Legit.ng had earlier reported that Kodak is said to have died after being electrocuted while charging her phone at the video director’s house.
She was reportedly rushed to a hospital within Omole estate where the incident happened and she was pronounced dead.
After the news of Kodak's death went viral, a number of celebrities, especially those she had worked with took to social media to pay their last respects.
In other news, Legit.ng reported that veteran Nigerian singer, Daddy Showkey, recounted how he was abandoned by friends after suffering a ghastly car crash in 2007.
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