The Outstanding music video director, Clarence Peters, who was kept by the Lagos state police order over the demise of video lady and artist, Kodak, at his studio in Omole, Lagos in April, has been granted bail.
Police sources who affirmed his discharge to us, said Clarence and other people who were confined over the demise of Kodak, were allowed authoritative bail while examination proceeds.
”They were allowed authoritative bail while examination is progressing. Individuals from the open will be refreshed on the result of the examination when it is finished up” the source said
Clarence and a few colleagues were detained for questioning and were kept by the police who are researching the conditions encompassing Kodak’s demise.
Kodak was said to have been shocked while charging her telephone but died in the house of the video director.
However, after an Autopsy was taken on her body it was discovered that she didn’t die from any harm other than THE shock.