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We had to question our biases – New Force Founder on appointment of Belgian spokesperson

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The founder and leader of the New Force Movement, Nana Kwame Bediako, has revealed the strategic decision behind recruiting a Belgian lady as a spokesperson for his movement.

According to him, the primary motive was to gauge the mindset of Ghanaians and to explore whether latent racist tendencies were prevalent within society.

Speaking in an exclusive interview on A1 Radio, Mr. Bediako explained, “I think the whole of Ghana was tricked because I wanted to know the mindset of these people. I needed to understand whether they are racists, but at the same time, they love those they believe are racists too. We have numerous instances where white individuals have employed us in Ghana, and we often seek support from them. Paradoxically, our constitution explicitly states that no foreigner can hold a political office.”

“So, I used her to provoke the mindsets of Ghanaians who were already provoked by the governing administration.”

The founder explained further that Ghana, like many other nations, has experienced a cultural and racial paradox where individuals may embrace foreigners in various capacities but resist their involvement in politics.

He pointed out that the employment of Ghanaians by white individuals and their dependence on foreign support contradict the constitutional prohibition of foreigners participating in politics.

“We have to question our own biases and preconceived notions about race and nationality. The recruitment of a Belgian spokesperson was a deliberate act to create discomfort and challenge these ingrained beliefs,” Bediako stated.

He, therefore, added that there are available vacancies at the regional level for coordinators, chairmen, and political field for the New Force Movement.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com | 101.1MHZ | Moses Apiah | Bolgatanga

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