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The New Force unveiling ceremony allegedly thwarted by National Security


An event rumored to be the introduction of the New Force movement’s leader slated for Sunday, January 7 has reportedly been blocked by National Security operatives and Ghana Police Service officials.

Over the previous week, posters and billboards in different Accra neighborhoods announced an event called “The Convention” that was intended to take place at Accra’s Independence Square.


Former Nigerian presidential aspirant Peter Obi, President of the Economic Freedom Fighters of South Africa; Julius Malema, one-time Director of the Kenya School of Law; P.L.O Lumumba, former Permanent Representative of the African Union to the United States; and Arikana Chihombori-Quao were among the dignitaries present.

Musicians like as Efya, Stonebwoy, and Wiyaala were also billed to performing at the event.

Earlier on Sunday, footage of the event grounds being put up began to circulate on social media, along with rumors that the event will feature the revelation of the “Man Behind the Mask.”

However, as of 6 p.m., reports from GHOne’s Twitter handle indicate that the event had been canceled.

It was also reported that helicopters believed to be staffed by National Security officers were observed flying near the area.

Other social media footage showed scores of fans who were planned to attend the event were barred from entering the premises.

Other reports on Twitter claimed that  Ghana Police Service & National Security officials. compelled the prominent guests and artists scheduled for this event to return to their separate hotels.

As of the publishing of this news, neither the New Force nor the Ghana Police has issued an official statement.

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