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The leader and founder of The New Force Movement, Nana Kwame Bediako has reiterated the need for the electorates to consider a new leader other than one from the two major political parties who have run the country into an abyss.

Climaxing his four-day road show in the Ashaiman and Tema East constituencies in the Greater Accra Region, Nana Kwame Bediako offered himself as the person to revolutionize the country’s development when given the nod in the December 7 poll.

The leader and founder of the New Force Movement was welcomed and ushered into the Ashaiman Constituency by a mammoth crowd.

The Ashaiman and Tema East constituencies played host to the climax of the movement’s four-day road show in Accra.

The roadshow was intended to rally more support base for the New Force Movement.

The already crowded town of Ashaiman became choked with grid lock vehicular traffic as there was mad rush for Nana Kwame Bediako’s branded t-shirts and other paraphernalia by constituents.

Market women and people within the voting age bracket were engaged by the founder to give him a chance to assume the reins of government to redeem the country from its current state, occasioned by the duopoly of the National Democratic Congress and New Patriotic Party.

He spoke about his revolutionary ideologies.

He said, ”I am bringing the sixteen regional revolutions. It seeks to empower the youth and rally them for positive change.”

“We don’t want to export our raw materials again, but we will refine them here and create jobs for ourselves,” Nana Bediako said.

Nana Kwame Bediako indicated that a youth-centered comprehensive manifesto is in the offing.

The entourage later proceeded to the Tema East Constituency where constituents advocated for the choice of a young leader for the country.

The New Force has scheduled to extend the roadshow to other cities.

By Stanley Nii Blewu