In a passionate speech on Onua TV’s Maakye programme, Captain Smart announced his resignation, expressing optimism about the new path he has chosen. He took a moment to express gratitude to his co-workers, management, and staff of Onua TV’s parent company, Media General, as well as viewers of the show.
“I leave when the applause is loud. Let me thank you all for your indulgence, your passion, your compassion, your empathy—everything put together that you wake up every other morning to come listen to me. Once again, let me thank the management of Media General for containing me,” he noted.
Captain Smart then transitioned into a speech on African unity and self-reliance, stating, “The truth of the matter is that there’s a billboard in town; the face must show. Ghana is my priority, and West Africa is my home. And Africa is my responsibility.”
He continued, “We have to save this country at all costs, and it will be a bash at my back and a bar I cannot hold to survive if I cannot quit to save this country. I cannot always stay in my comfort zone. I want bigger, bigger, and the biggest task—the great, greater, the greatest task—to prove to the world that once again, the black man is capable of managing his own affairs.”
This has raised questions about whether Captain Smart is suggesting he is the face behind The New Force.
The new force billboard in town in Ghana is a mysterious and intriguing phenomenon that has sparked a lot of curiosity and speculation among the public and the media. The billboard, which shows a man in a wooden mask and a suit, conveys a message of leadership for the next generation, with the hashtag #TheNewForce. The billboard also has the flag of Ghana at the bottom right corner.
The billboard has been spotted at various locations in Accra, such as the 37 Military Hospital, the Airport Residential Area, the Accra Mall, and the Kwame Nkrumah Circle. It is not clear who is behind the billboard, or what their intentions are. Some people have suggested that it is a political campaign for the 2024 general elections, while others have dismissed it as a publicity stunt or a prank.
The billboard has generated a lot of reactions on social media, with some people expressing their interest and support for the new force, while others expressing their skepticism and criticism. Some people have also tried to guess the identity of the masked man, with names such as millionaire Nana Kwame Bediako(Cheddar), Assin-Central MP, Kennedy Agyapong, and Kwame A Plus being mentioned.
The new force billboard in town in Ghana is a fascinating and mysterious phenomenon that has captured the attention of many Ghanaians. It remains to be seen if the new force will reveal itself and its agenda, or if it will remain a mystery.
Source: The Independent Ghana