VGMA scuffle trial adjourned To July

Though the involving parties to the fracas that occurred at this years Vodafone Ghana music awards, Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy have resolved to bury the hatchet, they are still standing trial regarding the case. The two dancehall acts today Thursday, 20th June appeared before the Adjabeng District Court again to stand trial for incident.

The prosecutor, Superintendent Emelia Asante upon presenting four witnesses to back her case, beseeched the court presided over by Mr Isaac Addo, to grant her team ample time to aid them garner more evidence whilst also asking for the statement of the last of the four witnesses be taken and presented before he court.

The two dancehall arch rivals are making their second appearance before court after being charged with Breach of Peace contrary to Section 2017 (1) of the Criminal and other Offences Act 1960 (Act 29) and Stonebwoy additionally being charged with display of weapon in a public place without permission, contrary to sections 7 (1) and 26 (1) (a) of the Arms and Ammunition Act, 1972 (NRCD 9) in view of which they were arraigned before court after their bail was granted at Gh¢ 50,000 each. However, they both pleaded not guilty to the charges during the first court sitting on the case.