The Adjabeng District Court, presided over by His Worship, Isaac Addo, has adjourned the case involving the two dancehall artistes Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale to July 16, 2019.
Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy appeared before the Adjabeng District Court in Accra after engaging in a brawl on live TV during the recently held Vodafone Ghana Music Awards at the Dome on May 18.
The adjournment follows a plea made by the state Prosecutor Superintendent Emelia Asante to enable her to call her final witness to testify in court.
According to her, she has four witnesses to testify in court and has since been able to call only three witnesses leaving the remaining one.
The court has, therefore, directed that the final witness should be called before July 15 to allow a continuation of the case.
Shatta Wale is facing a charge of offensive conduct conducive to breach of peace while Stonebwoy has been charged with offensive conduct conducive to breach of peace and display of a firearm in public without permission.
The 20th edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Award was disrupted by violence which erupted between fans of Shatta Wale and the management team of Stonebwoy.
Shatta Wale, for reasons best known to him, stormed the stage moments after Stonebwoy was declared Dancehall Reggae Artist of the year.
Stonebwoy consequently pulled out a gun which caused fear and panic in the auditorium, causing several patrons including John Dumelo, Jackie Appiah and Sarkodie to flee for their dear lives.