Benjai Guyana wounding case continues in Georgetown

The preliminary inquiry into the wounding of Trinidadian soca artiste, Rodney LeBlanc, known as Benjai, continued in the Georgetown Magistrates Court earlier.

On Friday, the court will revisit the location to conduct a re-enactment of what occurred outside city night spot, Palm Court.

Twenty-seven-year-old, Maverick De Abreu, was charged for the matter back in September 2017 and was placed on $50,000 bail.

On April 16, 2017, it is alleged that he unlawfully and maliciously wounded LeBlanc.

Benjai not pleased with speed of investigations following Guyana beating incident

Soca artiste Rodney Le Blanc. also known as "Benjai', is demanding swift justice from Guyanese police,  after he was assaulted in Guyana last month.

However, the police there want to know if Benjai had fallen out with his attackers in the past.

Benjai, through his attorneys, wrote to the Guyanese DPP and police commissioner saying that since the incident on April 17th, Benjai furnished the police with the identities of two men who allegedly assaulted him after a performance at a Guyanese nightclub.

Benjai assaulted in Guyana

Soca star Benjai has been hospitalised in Guyana after being attacked.

And his attorneys are threatening legal action against the perpetrators.

According to reports, he was struck across the face with a bottle outside a nightclub.

Benjai whose real name is Rodney Leblanc had just completed a performance at palm court location and was speaking to a group of people.

According to his attorneys, Gideon Mac-Master and Keith Scotland, an altercation occurred when the driver of a car almost reversed into the group.