Ghanaian businessman and founder and chairman of Kwarleyz Group, Nana Kwame Bediako also known as Freedom Jacob Caesar or Cheddar has finally disclosed that he is the man behind the masked images of giant billboards scattered across Ghana which is known to be a new force in Ghana’s political landscape.
Cheddar made this revelation at a press conference at Bel Air Crest after an attempt to do what they termed ‘The Convention’ at the Black Star Square was prevented by three government.
Speaking at the pressure, Cheddar said:’the man in the mask is sitting in front of you’ as he made reference to himself.
Amid cheers after the revelation, he added that he was not afraid of anyone and that he had invested in himself to see Ghananaians get the freedom they needed.
Well, prior to this revelation by Cheddar, there had been many theories about who was behind the images, especially after the arrest and subsequent deportation of their spokesperson Shalimar Abbiusi some weeks ago.
This revelation will certainly but a rest to that matter.
Before Cheddar made revelation, an attempt by the New Force to do an unveiling ceremony was alleged to have been prevented by National Security
An event rumoured to be the unveiling of the leader of the New Force movement scheduled for Sunday, January 7 has reportedly been halted by National Security operatives and officials from the Ghana Police Service.
Dignitaries included 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 and Former Permanent Representative of the African Union to the United States; Arikana Chihombori-Quao.
Musicians including Efya, Stonebwoy and Wiyaala were also bullied to perform at the event.
However, as of 6 pm, reports from GHOne’s Twitter handle indicate that the organisers had been forced to call off the event.
It was also cited that helicopters suspected to be manned by operatives of the National Security were seen flying around the venue.