The release, dated 7th December 2023, sheds light on the alleged unlawful actions carried out by security officials against Ms Abbiusi, raising questions about potential human rights violations and the abuse of power.
Ms Abbiusi, responsible for The New Force's diaspora and diplomatic engagements, was reportedly summoned for a discussion on Monday, 4th December 2023, and has since been held in custody by the National Investigations Bureau (NIB), formerly known as the BNI.
The detention, now spanning four days, has seen Ms Abbiusi subjected to continuous questioning about The New Force, its supporters, and potential presidential aspirations.
The New Force claims that during this period, Ms Abbiusi was denied access to legal representation, her premises were unlawfully searched, and she was held beyond the legal 48-hour limit without formal charges.
The release further alleges that Ms Abbiusi's apartment was broken into without a warrant, yet no incriminating evidence was found.
While the authorities state they are investigating The New Force's origins, The New Force emphasizes that having a political organization is not a criminal offence.
The detention of Ms Abbiusi is seen as a cause for concern, with The New Force highlighting potential abuse of power, persecution of political opponents, and various human rights violations.
Despite Ms Abbiussi's residence permit being issued over three years ago by the Ghana Immigration Service, the authorities now claim to have temporarily charged her with an offence related to document verification.
The government is demanding her continued custody for ongoing investigations into The New Force.
The New Force contends that recent attacks on the organization, including the destruction of billboards, reflect actions by individuals lacking moral leadership.
Ms Abbiusi's arrest is viewed as an attempt by the government to abuse laws and power to persecute political opponents.
The release deplores the use of Ms Abbiusi's immigration status for blackmail, asserting that discrimination based on political opinions or country of origin is unconstitutional.
The New Force calls on Ghanaians to be vigilant, demanding a different kind of politics.
The international community is urged to closely monitor the developments, emphasizing the need for a swift and just resolution.