Controversial rapper Kwaw Kese, known in real life as Emmanuel Botchwey, could walk a free man if prosecutors fail to present a witness in court, the presiding judge has threatened.
Justice William Boampon reluctantly adjourned hearing to February 13 but threatened to set the rapper free if the prosecution failed to present a witness.
This is the fourth time the case has been adjourned.
Kwaw Kese was arrested in Kumasi on November 22, 2014 for smoking weed at a pub, free and was granted bail on December 30, after three failed attempts.
When the case was called Thursday, the prosecution again failed to present a witness, a development the judge was not happy about.
State prosecutor, Superintendent Emmanuel Akornnor has been asked to produce the witness during the next adjourned date.