The incident happened on February 4, Tuesday this week.
Akama accompanied by the police prosecutor senior sergeant Tuaine Manavaroa said he wanted to enter a plea and be sentenced as soon as possible.
However, Justice of the Peace John Whitta adjourned the matter to March 4, for sentencing before three Justices of the Peace.
Sgt Manavaroa requested that Akama be held in custody, however on reasons given by Akama that he was employed, JP Whitta granted him bail.
Akama’s bail conditions are curfew between 7pm – 6am and to stay at his current residence in Tupapa.