Ghanaian-American politician and former Los Angeles mayoral candidate Kwame “Osagyefo Dr” Appiah Boateng or “Kwame Mayor” dropped out of the California gubernatorial race last month in order to return to his home country. And while Appiah Boateng is looking to challenge Nana Akuffo Addo for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Flagbearership in the 2016 elections, he also has another goal to achieve: airlifting millions of African Americans, Afro Caribbeans and others in the diaspora back to Africa at the end of America’s Black History Month in 2015 in what he has dubbed “Operation Black Moses.”
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The Uhuru Times published a statement from Appiah Boateng with excerpts appearing below:
African-Americans have the right to Vote, and run for Political Office, such as City Council, Mayor, and Governor, anywhere in Africa — (in the same way United States of America, the Leader of the Free World, allows Green-Card Holders to run for Public Office, except the President of United States”), said the Intellectual Giant.
“Black Star Ships, and Marcus Garvey Ships, are needed to carry People, and Goods belonging to African-Americans, Caribbeans, and other Blacks in the Diaspora to Africa, in Operation Black Moses”, said the new Black Moses of the New Millennium — “Kwame Mayor”, who has pleaded with “Our White Brothers, and White Sisters; Jewish Brothers, and Jewish Sisters; Asian Brothers, and Asian Sisters; Latino Amigos, and Latino Amigas”, etc, etc, to support the Biblical Exodus of Blacks in the Diaspora, to Africa — the Motherland.
The political climate in Ghana is shaking up in major ways as the NPP is gearing up for an April 12th meeting of party officials to elect National Executives. They are hoping to get core officials in place to challenge the ruling National Democratic Congress in 2016.