State prosecutors in the trial of the case involving Hiplife artiste Eugene Ashe aka Wisa Greid could not present a second witness when the case was called in court on Thursday.
According to the prosecutor, Chief Inspector J. B. Asante, the witness they had brought said that he was not at the venue of the event when the incident happened.
Chief Insp. Asante stated that the witness they had brought could not testify in the case, adding that the prosecution needed time to prepare and call the right witness.
The trial judge, Abena Oppong Adjin-Foku, accordingly adjourned sitting until April 27.
The Hiplife artiste of Ekiki Mi fame has escaped over two bench warrants ordering his immediate arrests in the case which has so far seen the case investigator, Detective Chief Inspector Edward Adjei Osame, testifying as the first prosecution witness.
Wisa Greid is standing trial for allegedly showing his manhood during a live performance on December 24, 2015 during the ‘December 2 Remember’ event at the Accra International Conference Centre.
A video of the artiste stripping and rubbing his manhood behind his female dancer on stage was put on social media, compelling his management to apologise over what it described as the artiste’s ‘rash and irresponsible behavour.
He is currently on an GH¢8,000 bail with one surety.