Reggae musician Ekow Micah was on Monday acquitted of the charge of marijuana possession emanating from his arrest in the Asamoah Gyan-Sarah Kwabla case.
An obviously elated Micah, speaking after his acquittal, decided to inform Ghanaians of his psychedelic abilities. In what was surely a revelation from God, Micah said he saw before his acquittal that was what would happen.
“I saw in a dream that I was on my way to court when thunder struck and the handcuffs on my hands fell off. So I knew I was going to be set free”.
“I can’t say it all. I will hold press conference soon. I have also written a song known as Nazareth which would be outdoored”. He added to his epiphany.
Micah was arrested during the zenith of the Asamoah Gyan-Sarah Kwabla case, as he was allegedly implicated in the extortion scheme against the Ghana captain, and then police hit him with the separate charge of marijuana possession after allegedly finding a ton of the stuff at his residence.
The Accra Circuit court hearing the case discharged Micah on Monday, with the trial judge citing a lack of evidence as the cause of the acquittal.