- Singer Waje has sent a comforting message to Clarence Peters after he paid a visit to the police station amid investigations into Picture Kodak's death
- Waje noted that she has known him for more than 10 years and prayed that he survives his current situation
- The singer also said that while the police carry out an investigation, the videographer’s rights should be respected
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Nigerian singer Waje has taken to social media to show her support for friend and colleague, Clarence Peters, following reports that he has been brought in for questioning by the Nigerian Police Force (NPF), amid ongoing investigations into the death of video vixen and dancer, Picture Kodak.
Waje in a post shared on her official Instagram page noted that she has known Clarence for more than 10 years and his current situation is just a sad one.
Losing her hurts us all deeply - Clarence Peters talks about dancer Kodak as he shares his side of the story
"I have known Clarence for more than 10 years and this is just a sad situation. You have built and constantly still building job opportunities for young people in entertainment," her message read in part.
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Recall that Peters had found himself in a troubling situation following the recent death of Picture Kodak who passed away after she was reportedly electrocuted while she was trying to charge her phone at the video director’s house.
Speaking further, Waje noted that while the investigation into the death of Kodak is going on, the rights of the ace music video director and other Nigerians should be respected.
She extended her condolences to the family of the late Kodak and also shared some comforting words for Peters' woman.
See the post below:
Your life is a message and your leaving is a greater lesson - Kaffy says as she mourns late dancer Kodak
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In a related story, Legit.ng reported that Clarence Peters 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.
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