Seun Kuti, a well-known Afrobeats singer, will be charged on September 27 by a Chief Magistrate Court in Yaba, Lagos.
The fourth extension was necessary because Chief Magistrate Adeola Olatunbosun, the judge overseeing the case, was out of commission on Monday.
The artist was apprehended after Usman Baba, a former inspector general of police, issued an arrest warrant for him on May 13 for assaulting a uniformed police officer on the Third Mainland Bridge.
The son of Afrobeat musician Fela Anikulapo-Kuti defended himself by alleging through his Instagram Story that a police officer attempted to kill him but chose not to press charges.
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He was hauled into custody, shackled, and transferred to the state CID in Panti, Yaba for an investigation, but on May 23, after satisfying the terms of his bail, he was freed.
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