Well known Nigerian music video executive Clarence Peters, who was confined by the Lagos State Police Command over the passing of a video lady, Kodak, has been conceded bail.
The music maker was on Sunday captured and confined by the police after the video lady, Kodak supposedly passed on of electric shock while charging her telephone in his condo in Omole Estate, Lagos State.
As indicated by the police, everybody present at the music chief’s home when the appalling episode happened were likewise welcomed for addressing.
Nonetheless, the Lagos State Police Spokesman, Bala Elkana, while affirming the turn of events, disclosed to TRIBUNEPOINT WEEKLY that Clarence and other people who were kept over the passing of the video lady were discharged on Wednesday pending the result of the examination.
“They were allowed bail while the examination is continuous.
“Individuals from the open will be refreshed on the result of the examination when it is finished up,” he included.