- Mysterious billboards featuring a masked man with the hashtag "TheNewForce" have surfaced across Ghana, hinting at a potential presidential ambition ahead of the 2024 general elections
- The enigmatic images have caused a stir on social media, sparking curiosity and speculation among Ghanaians
- With Ghana's presidency traditionally changing hands between the NDC and NPP, these billboards suggest the possibility of a new political contender emerging on the scene.
Across various parts of Ghana, the appearance of enigmatic billboards featuring a masked man and the hashtag "TheNewForce" has set social media abuzz.
The billboards, which carry messages hinting at a potential presidential ambition, have ignited curiosity and speculation among the public as the nation looks ahead to the 2024 general elections.
The images of these billboards, widely shared on social media, have captured the attention of Ghanaians.
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The masked man depicted in the images remains unidentified, adding an air of mystery to the situation.
With messages suggesting a bid for the presidency, these billboards have sparked conversations about the potential emergence of a new political force in Ghana's political landscape.
Ghana's political history since 1992 has witnessed a back-and-forth between the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the presidential office.
The appearance of "TheNewForce" billboards hints at the possibility of a new entrant aiming to challenge the dominance of the two major parties.
As Ghanaians eagerly await further information and clarification regarding "TheNewForce" and its objectives, the billboards remain a captivating topic of discussion, with many wondering if this mysterious figure could reshape the political dynamics of the upcoming elections.
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