The Adjabeng Magistrate Court presided over by His Worship Isaac Addo, has adjourned the case involving the two dancehall artistes Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale to 16 July 2019.
This follows a plea made by the State Prosecutor, Superintendent Emelia Asante, to enable her to call her final witness to testify in court.
She told the court she has four witnesses to testify, but as at the moment, she only has three witnesses leaving the remaining one.
This led to the adjournment of the case to July 16.
Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy were arrested one Sunday following a brawl which occurred at the 20th Vodafone Ghana Music Awards held at the Dome in Accra on May 18, 2019.
They were arrested together with one other suspect, Nii Amoo, who according to the police was seen discharging pepper spray in the auditorium during the scuffle.
The brawl disrupted the much-hyped VGMAs, causing fear and panic to most of the people especially dignitaries who were present at the event.
On June 4, 2019, Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale held a peace conference to announce settlement of their differences. They promised fans of good behavior and asked them for support as they move on the peace journey.
The also hinted of peace concerts across the country.
The conference was put together by Kofi Aban, the man responsible for bringing the two artists together after their recent challenges with support from Bhim Nation, Shatta Movement and Rufftown Records.
Both Shatta and Stonebwoy have faced public criticism for their roles in the incident, and were arrested before being granted bail of GHc50,000 each.
Their situations worsened when they were suspended indefinitely from the VGMAs and ordered to return the three awards they picked up between them on the night.