According to Twene Jonas, an Instagram celebrity known for criticising the government and also comparing Ghana to the United States in terms of development and policies, he doesn't understand the reasons why a nation like Ghana will raise 100 million dollars for the construction of a national cathedral while there are schools who have no buildings and even desks to use if they have buildings.
He posted a video on his Instagram page, where it is seen that some students of a public basic school were lying on the floor because they have no desks to sit on and it makes learning and teaching very different on the side of the teachers and the students.
He then captioned that, the leaders of Ghana do not care about the state of the citizens that is why they can raise 25 million dollars for Ghana black stars for a tournament worth 5 million dollars and 100 million dollars for a national cathedral.
What do you think of the claims of Twene Jonas?
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