www.233times.com news team who were there before the proceedings eavesdropped on a conversation between the legal team of the Mad Time Records CEO and upon what heard, the team was confident the Judge would give him a bail but were disappointed by the ruling. Kwaw Kese who was in a suit looked droopy.
Judge William Buampong gave the prosecutors more time to provide forensic test results to the court. Kwaw Kese has been thrown back into the Kumasi Central Prison and to reappear on December 22nd.
As usual, there support from Artistes at the court to support Kwaw Kese, among some of them spotted were Edem, Guru, Lord Kenya, Tic Tac Gemini and others
Photos of Artistes at the court below;
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