- Videographer Clarence Peters has shared his own side of the story as regards dancer Kodak's death
- The videographer stated that the incident was immediately reported to the police after her death at the hospital
- Clarence noted that he was not arrested nor detained by the police
The conversation around video vixen Kodak's death still continues as the Nigerian police are investigating the real cause.
It was earlier reported that Kodak died at the home of popular videographer, Clarence Peter, in the evening of April 29, 2020, from electric shock while charging her phone.
People who were present at the scene have tried to share the real events of the day. According to a crew member, Clarence was not at the scene of Kodak's death.
The crew member identified as Melvin stated that the incident happened in the videographer's studio and not his home. He noted that Clarence's attention was called upon when the incident happened.
Meanwhile, it was reported that Clarence was detained by the police over the sad incident. The spokesperson of the Lagos state police command, Bala Elakana, revealed that they are investigating a murder charge, admitting that the video producer was detained.
To clarify the issue of his arrest, the videographer's girlfriend called Jennifer Alegiuno said that he was not arrested nor detained. She explained that he only honoured the invitation of the police for questioning.
According to her, the police lied about the murder charge considering the autopsy result is yet to be produced.
Clarence Peters has now taken to his official Instagram page to share his own side of the story.
Reiterating the statement of his crew member that he wasn't at the scene of the incident, the videographer said that his attention was called for and he was told that she collapsed.
"We immediately rushed her to the nearest hospital, which refused to let us into their premises, let alone admit her. They assumed she was a Covid-19 patient. We tried, but we were not able to gain entry into a second hospital. We eventually got her to a third hospital where she was pronounced dead 30 minutes after arrival," he noted.
He explained that the people who were at the scene of the sad incident said that she was electrocuted and her phone was found on her chest, with severe burn marks, and the phone’s imprint on her chest.
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Clarence said that the witnesses were taken to the Ojodu Police Headquarters straight from the hospital where their statements were taken and Kodak's phone, which had traces of burnt flesh on it, was deposited.
"The following day, the Police conducted an examination of the body and were taken to the scene of the incident for further examination. The Police are currently carrying out a full-scale investigation into the events that occurred, and an autopsy will be carried out, with the full permission and consent of her family," he wrote.
Clarence noted that no one has been charged or arrested by the police.
"The witnesses and I willingly made ourselves available to the Police and we have all pledged our full co-operation, through every part of this process. I will be helping out in every possible capacity," he said.
Clarence also shared how much Kodak meant to his company.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nollywood actor Gbenga Ajumoko died after battling illness for months.
The actor, who was from Ijebu, Ogun state, was said to have been hospitalised for over six months after he was diagnosed. He was being treated at a hospital in Sagamu, Remo in Ogun state.
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