Popular video director, Clarence Peters, Tribune Online gathered, has been invited for questioning by the Lagos State Police Command, over the death of dancer, Love Divine, popularly known as Kodak, who was electrocuted in his studio.
Kodak, who is a popular dancer within the Nigerian music scene, allegedly died of electrocution when charging her phone at Peters’ residence a few days ago.
Information gathered from Twitter and other social media platforms posit that others present at his house the day she died have all been allegedly arrested and detained by the police.
Spokesperson for the Lagos Police Command, Bala Elkana, was quoted to have confirmed Clarence’s invitation, saying that the police were launching a full investigation on the case.
More details coming as they unfold.
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