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“Isn’t this upside down law?” – MI Abaga reacts as police says Clarence Peters will be detained until they confirm if he’s involved in Kodak’s death

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The Lagos State Police recently gave reasons why they are still detaining music video director, Clarence Peters over the death of dancer, Picture Kodak.

Recall that the Clarence earlier debunked report of him being “arrested” as he stated that he willingly made himself available to the police.

Bala Elkana, Spokesman of Lagos State Police said they are still investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of the dancer and also waiting for the autopsy result.

He further revealed that the investigation is a natural cause, and also important for Clarence Peters and any other person who was there.

He said; “My response has been clear. Do we have him in custody, I say we do. Why do you have him in custody? We are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of the dancer.

“We are also waiting for the autopsy result. Investigation is a natural cause. It is important for him and it is also good for any other person who was there.

If nobody has a hand in it, the report will clear everybody. If the result says it is a murder case, the law will take its cause. That is exactly why we have him, that is exactly what we are doing.”

Top Nigerian rap artiste, MI Abaga has reacted to the police statement by seeking clarification on whether that is the right move to make constitutionally.

While quoting a news report on the issue, MI wrote: “So you hold him until you have any evidence that anything wrong was done? Isn’t this upside down law???

@segalink egbon please does this make sense?”

Checkout his reaction below:

 
 
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