- Talented Nigerian dancer, Love Divine aka Picture Kodak, reportedly died by electrocution at the house of ace video director, Clarence Peters
- Peters and other crew members were subsequently taken into custody as the police investigated the dancer’s death
- Clarence’s mother, Clarion Chukwurah, has now reacted to the detention and release of her son from custody
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It was a sad day for a lot of people on April 29, 2020, after it was gathered that talented dancer, Love Divine, also known as Picture Kodak, had died.
According to several reports, the young lady died at the house/studio of ace video director, Clarence Peters, after she was electrocuted while charging her phone.
She was reportedly rushed to a hospital within Omole estate where the incident happened and she was pronounced dead.
Events took another turn from that point as Clarence and some other crew members were taken into custody by the police as the death of the dancer was being investigated.
According to new reports, Clarence and his crew members have now been released on bail. They were reportedly released on Wednesday, May 6, 2020.
The video director’s mother, Clarion Chukwurah, has now taken to social media via her Instagram page to react to the new development.
The veteran actress took to her page to show thanks to God. In the caption of her post, she wrote:
“Jesus Christ, my saviour, my deliverer, faithful to the very end. Acts 4 : 12....there is no other name! Forever you are God.”
See her post below:
Legit.ng reported that after the news of Kodak's death went viral, a number of celebrities took to social media to eulogize her. Most of them included people she had worked with when she was alive.
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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