Written By Prince Anane
In a shocking turn of events, Shalimar Abbiusi, the spokesperson for the emerging political movement, New Force, has been arrested and detained since her initial invitation for a discussion on Monday, December 4, 2023.
New Force, known for its focus on diaspora and diplomatic engagements, expressed deep concerns over the prolonged detention of Ms. Abbiusi. The movement claims that she has been denied access to legal representation and held beyond the legal 48-hour limit without formal charges.
Press Release, NEW FORCE
The arrest of Ms. Abbiusi comes shortly after she appeared in a video, announcing the movement's preparations to unveil their plan for the upcoming election. The video shed light on the struggles faced by Ghanaians under the current administration, raising questions about the leadership's responsiveness to the concerns of the citizens.
In response to the allegations made by The New Force, authorities have claimed to be investigating the origins of the movement. However, New Force emphasizes that having a political organization is not a criminal offense and calls for the proper adherence to legal procedures.
The arrest of Shalimar Abbiusi has sparked concerns among supporters of New Force and has drawn attention to the importance of upholding the rights of individuals involved in political activities. The movement vows to continue advocating for the rights of Ghanaians and to seek justice for their spokesperson.
As the situation unfolds, the nation eagerly awaits updates on the legal proceedings surrounding Shalimar Abbiusi's arrest and the implications it may have on the political landscape of Ghana.
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