Kwaw case adjourned following judge's absence
According to TV3 Networks, the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) circuit court has again adjourned to February 27 the case involving hiplife artiste, Kwaw Kesse who is standing trial for allegedly smoking a narcotic substance in public. This was despite an assurance by the presiding judge, William Boampong that the trial will end today.
But the inability of the judge to come to court due to undisclosed reasons made it impossible for the trial to continue. William Boampong on February 5 adjourned the case to 13th due to delays on the part of state prosecutors and their non readiness to present a witness.
They came to court without a witness forcing the judge to adjourn the case. But the absence of the judge in court today has further delayed the trial. Kwaw Kesse will reappear on the 27th of February.
He was hopeful the case would come to a successful end on the adjourned date. Kwaw Kesse appeared in court in the company of his father, and his manager.