Ghanaian leaders have now agreed on salaries to the first ladies of the land and the wives of the vices. After this decision came out in the public, a lot of concerns have been expressed by Ghanaians all over the world.
Most of them do not really agree with the decision but take it as it is. One of those who completely disagree with such a decision is Twene Jonas.
Twene Jonas is one of the popular bloggers on social media these days. He has come out once again to get himself committed to the issues of Ghana. Most especially relating to developmental issues. Twene Jonas committed himself to talk about the Salary of the first ladies. He said, the leaders should fix the problems in the country rather than using the public money to fix their own pockets.
Twene Jonas said this in a live video he recorded on one of his social media pages.
He ended by throwing bombs at the ideas behind the decision to pay the wives of the leaders of the land.
Below is the video of Twene Jonas in which he committed himself by throwing bombs at first ladies' salary.
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