The police in Lagos state have detained Clarence Peters, a Nigerian music video director, over the death of Picture Kodak, a dancer and video vixen.
Bala Elkana, the command’s spokesman, who confirmed Peters’ arrest and detention to TheCable Lifestyle, said he is currently undergoing interrogation over Kodak’s death.
“Yes (Peters) is in our custody. He is invited for questioning and investigation is ongoing,” Elkana said.
The police spokesman, however, said claims that she died from electrocution has not been independently ascertained, adding that an autopsy would be conducted to discover the actual cause of Kodak’s death.
TheCable Lifestyle had earlier reported how the gifted choreographer died on Wednesday while reportedly trying to receive a call on her mobile phone while it was charging.
She was said to have died at the house of Clarence, son of Shina Peters, legendary Afro Juju legend.
He was reportedly invited by the State Criminal Intelligence and Investigation Department (SCIID), Panti, Yaba for questioning on Saturday night before being detained afterwards for further interrogation.
Before her death, Kodak, whose real name is Love Divine, worked with top musicians including the likes of Olamide, Burna Boy and Wizkid.
Tributes had poured in for Kodak with many Nigerians describing her death as shocking.
Zlatan Ibile had also released ‘Picture Kodak (Gbemiro Cover)’, a tribute song for the late dancer.
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