Nana Kwame Bediako, the elusive 'Man in the Mask, is calling for the uplift of Ghana's education system. According to the leader of 'The New Force'
Nana Kwame Bediako, the elusive ‘Man in the Mask, is calling for the uplift of Ghana’s education system.
According to the leader of ‘The New Force’,’ We need to educate. We need to uplift our children. We need to voice out to them.
Nana Kwame Bediako, for many months, agitated the minds of many in the Ghanaian political space with his stealth campaign.
The New Force’, on Sunday, December 7, unveiled himself as the new messiah to rebuild Ghana and Africa.
“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 revealed.
“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”, he added.