- Budding artiste, Wisa Greid's case has been adjourned by the court to February 24.
- The investigator did not appear in court for hearing
- Court also quashes its earlier decision on Wisa's arrest after he turned up late to court
An Accra Circuit court has adjourned the case involving budding musician, Wisa Greid to February 42.
The decision by the judge is based on the failure of the state to present the needed evidence in court at last Friday’s hearing. Also the investigator handing Wisa’s case was not available in court for hearing.
Also at court on Friday, the court rescinded a bench warrant it issued on February 5 for the arrest of hiplife musician, Wisa. The court took the decision after the musician, who is standing trial for gross indecent exposure, appeared before it on Friday.
During the last hearing, on February 5, the musician show up in court late when the case was called forcing the judge, Abena Agyin Doku to issue the bench warrant for his arrest. After the bench warrant was issued, Wisa later showed up at the court premises and together with his lawyer, Jerry Avenorgbor, tried frantically to convince the judge to withdraw the bench warrant but failed.
On Friday, Wisa’s lawyer argued that his client was unable to appear in court on time because he wasn’t feeling well and therefore came after the hearing. Jerry Avenorgbor prayed the court that his client had always been attending proceedings except that day. The judge, after listening to the lawyer's argument, rescinded the arrest warrant.
The rapper, born Eugene Ashie, is standing trial for allegedly showing his manhood whilst performing at this year’s Decemba 2 Rememba concert organised by Accra-based Citi FM on December 24, 2015.
Midway through his performance on stage, the musician while wiggling his waist behind a voluptuous lady drew down his white boxer shorts which was already showing in his saggy jeans and pulled out his manhood, rubbing it behind the lady.