Twene Jonas has managed to intrigue Ghanaians after rising to fame for constantly bashing the poor socio-economic development state of Ghana.
He is often heard and seen comparing Ghana to the United States and is known for his terms such as "Hwe fomm" and "Glass Nkoaa".
One nickname some Ghanaians have given for his bravely and his non-reluctance to bash those who deserve it is the "Youth President".
Implying that Twene Jonas is constantly fighting so that the best interests of the Youth will be realized.
Now it seems Twene Jonas has let those compliments and praises got to his head as he has taken to his official media handle to post a self-designed new denomination with his picture imprinted on it, just like renowned Ghanaian personalities are often found on real currencies.
He chose to set his version of the Ghana Cedis at the record high of GHS 500, which surpasses the current highest which is GHS 200.
His version of the currencies also has his catchphrases on it such as "Glass Nkoa", "Hwe Fomm"
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