An Accra Circuit Court has ordered prosecution in the Wisa case to show to the court on February 5, the video evidence that the budding musician, known in private life as Eugene Ashie, removed his manhood on stage,
The court, presided over by Abena Oppong Adjin-Doku, gave the order yesterday when the first prosecution witness in the case Detective Chief Inspector Edward Adjei Odame testified before the it.
The prosecution witness, who is the investigator, told the court that the Greater Accra Regional Police Command’s attention was drawn to a video on internet, adding that they acquired a copy of the clip and it was detected that the accused was in the video.
Consequently, the accused was invited by the police to assist in investigations into an act of gross indecency, Chief Insp. Odame said.
He said that when the accused showed up at the unit, the video was shown to him, adding that investigations revealed that on December 24, Airtel in partnership with an Accra based Radio Station, Citi Fm, organised an event dubbed: “Decemba 2 Rememba”, in which the accused and other artistes were invited to perform.
The prosecution witness noted that at about 12 a.m., the accused together with a lady dancer took their turn on the stage, and during the performance of his second song on the night, the accused drew closer to the female dancer, who was facing the audience with her back.
Detective Odame said the accused pulled down his trousers, removed his penis out of his panties and caressed her with his penis as the music was playing.
However, the prosecutor told the court that the he was unable to bring the video along because the investigator of the case was not around.
Consequently, the court ordered the prosecution to bring the video as well as every enabling device on February 5.
By Edem Mensah-Tsotorme