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Watch video of deported New Force spokeswoman unveiling ‘Man behind the mask’

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Despite being deported from Ghana, Shallie Abbiusi, the beleaguered spokesman of The New Force political movement, continued to play a role in the group.

In the group’s most recent video announcing its leader, the long-awaited ‘Man Behind The Mask,’ Abbiusi said that she was reporting from Parliament Square in London.

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“The likes of great leaders haven’t always been favoured by the democracies that are apprehensive of revolutionary leaders.

“Today, we witness the unveiling of a young visionary who has the zeal, power and wisdom to move this continental growth.

“I want to congratulate the New Force on the unveiling of the man behind the movement, Nana Kwame Bediako.

“The vision of one man to make Ghana and Africa great again is what unites us. The time for youthful leadership is here,” Abbiusi said

She was deported from Ghana last month for alleged immigration violations, despite the fact that the movement argued that it was a clear example of witchhunting by the Ghana government.

In terms of social media announcements, she was the face of The New Force Movement.

Nana Kwame Bediako, popularly known as Cheddar or Freedom Jacob Caesar, has claimed that he is the driving force behind the ‘The New Force’ political movement.

At a press conference in Accra on January 7, 2024, he claimed that he had been obliged to reveal his identity as the much-anticipated ‘Man in the Mask.’

When he made the announcement, the 43-year-old was accompanied by leaders from around Africa, including Nigeria’s Peter Obi, Kenya’s PLO Lumumba, and Zimbabwe’s Dr. Arikana Chihombori-Quao.

The three had come to town to appear at “The Convention,” a public lecture event organized by him under the brand name New Africa Foundation.

The event was canceled at the eleventh hour, with the Presidency declaring that it had been canceled due to an unanticipated event booked for the widely-announced site, Accra’s Black Star Square.

“I am nothing to be scared of. I came to you as your salvation. I don’t invest in myself alone. I am investing in you,” he said of his plans for Ghana and Africa. Cheddar stated.

“We need to educate. We need to uplift our children. We need to voice out to them. You are about to find out about this man in the mask because I never spoke a word, you were looking for me.

“I didn’t tell you whether I am into politics, whether I am an evangelist, whether I am a conventionist or a revolutionist. After this day, you will have to wait for me to share my policies and my visions with you,” he stressed.

He highlighted that the events of January 7 had provided him with sufficient grounds to reveal his political affiliation.

“And if I’m the reason why the country or the government is not happy about these great voices coming to educate not only Ghana, but also Africa, then I take this moment to sacrifice myself, to unveil myself, because I have much respect for these great leaders beside me.

“I would have taken my own time to tell you that I am. But for this very moment, I am sacrificing myself to let you know that I’m that man.

“But I’m that man with a good purpose, with a great vision. I have a plan, and I have a vision for this nation. And not only for this nation, I have it for Africa too.

“But I know Africa is the next biggest thing because out of all the continents that have been developed in this world, there is only one continent that is not developed and I am sent to do that,” he added.

Watch the video below

https://x.com/thenewforcegh/status/1744140944339853659?s=20

 

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