It is important to understand his rights - Waje reacts to Clarence Peters being questioned by the police over Kodak's death
Nigerian singer, Waje has reacted to report of Clarence Peters being questioned by the police over popular dancer, Kodak's death.
Recall LIB reported yesterday that the ace music video director was questioned over the incident which happened in his apartment. Clarence Peters and others who were present at the time of the unfortunate incident were invited by the police.
Waje who reacted to the report, described it as a "sad situation" as she has known Clarence Peters for over 10 years. She added that as the Nigerian Police carry out their investigations, it’s important to be careful in communication and also understand his rights and that of other Nigerians.
I have known Clarence for more than 10 years and this is just a sad situation. You have built and constantly still building job opportunities for young people in entertainment. My prayers go to my brother @clarenceshotit.
As the Nigerian Police carry out their investigations, it’s important to be careful in communication and understand and respect the rights of this man and every other Nigerian.
And I pray comfort for Kodaks family. And to my friend @jbeautyfull This too shall pass.