An Accra Circuit Court has given state prosecutors February 5 to provide evidence that hiplife musician Wisa exposed his manhood during a performance on stage.
The court gave the order after Detective Edward Agyei Odame of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) failed to present any evidence in court Monday when the case was called.
Detective Odame told the court that he failed to present the evidence, which was a video of the incident, because the lady in charge of the evidence room where they keep the exhibits was unavailable.
The rapper, born Eugene Ashie, allegedly showed 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.
Wisa had personally, as well as his management in a statement, apologised to Ghanaians for his behaviour.
Detective Odame told the court that the CID saw a video of the incident on December 25, 2015 and consulted the artiste’s manager. Wisa was subsequently invited.
Wisa, after meeting the police, was given a caution statement and was arraigned before court after investigations into the incident.
Wisa was in court Monday without his counsel.