Nigerian music video producer Clarence Peters, others granted bail

Nigerian music video producer Clarence Peters, others granted bail

- Ace music video director Clarence Peters has regained his freedom after he was detained over Picture Kodak’s death

- The videographer was granted bail alongside others who were detained in connection to the case

- Police spokesperson, Bala Elkana, said investigation is still ongoing

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Popular Nigerian music video director, Clarence Abiodun Peters, has regained his freedom days after he was detained by the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) over the incidence of recently deceased dancer and video vixen, Picture Kodak.

According to reports by Daily Post, Peters has been granted bail alongside some other individuals who were all brought in for questioning over Kodak’s death.

The report disclosed that Lagos police spokesperson, Bala Elkana, confirmed the release of the highly sought after videographer on Wednesday, May 5, while an investigation into the matter continues.

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Elkana was quoted to have said: “They were granted bail while the investigation is ongoing.

“Members of the public will be updated on the outcome of the investigation as soon as it is concluded."

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Recall that some days ago the unfortunate news of Kodak’s passing sent a shock wave through many in the entertainment industry. The vibrant and much-loved dancer was reportedly electrocuted while she was trying to charge her mobile device at Peters’ residence.

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In a related story, previously reported that popular songstress, Waje, came out to show support for Clarence Peters. The music star noted that she has known him for more than 10 years and prayed for him to survive his current situation.

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Waje also pointed out that the police should endeavor to respect the rights of the videographer in the course of carrying out the investigation into Kodak’s death.

Similarly, the singer’s mother, veteran actress Clarion Chukwura, took to her official Instagram page to appreciate the lord over the release of her son.

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