New Force spokesperson granted bail


A spokesperson for the New Force, Shalimar Abbiussi, has been granted bail by the Kaneshie District court a week after her arrest and subsequent charge for allegedly obtaining a student permit through false declaration. Ms. Shalimar, who pleaded not guilty, has been a subject of concern for her group, as indicated in their December 7 press release.

Last week, the Kaneshie District court had given the prosecution a few days to complete investigations, leading to the temporary remand of Ms. Shalimar. She appeared in court today, accompanied by officers from the National Bureau of Investigations, while supporters displayed placards with messages like ‘Justice for Shallie.’

Also Read: O’Reilly SHS Headmistress directed to step aside amidst unauthorized money collection probe

Previously, Ms. Abbiusi was publicly seen in a video announcing their upcoming election plans, addressing the hardships faced by Ghanaians under the Akufo-Addo administration and questioning leadership’s role in addressing citizen concerns during recent demonstrations.

Also Read: British High Commission donates eight ambulances to the Ghana Armed Forces

The New Force’s press release expresses serious concerns about Ms. Abbiusi’s arbitrary detention, citing potential power abuse, persecution of perceived political opponents, and numerous human rights violations.

Talented blogger who is known for her engaging and insightful content. Her writing is characterized by its clarity, creativity, and authenticity, making her blog a must-read for people who are interested in a wide range of topics. Vera is an excellent storyteller who is able to captivate her readers with her compelling narratives. She has a talent for bringing her ideas to life through vivid descriptions and colorful language, which allows her readers to fully immerse themselves in her stories.

Latest articles

Related articles

Leave a reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here