According to Twene Jonas aka “Glass Nkoa”, who is a Ghanaian US-based Instagram celebrity known for criticizing the corrupt leaders, he is richer than all those people claiming that he is a homeless guy in the United States.
Twene Jonas has been trending on social media after he criticized the chiefs of the Ashanti region and most of the people even threatened him with death curses. As well as his fight with the Muslims, who claimed he had spoken against their religion.
This afternoon, he posted a video on his Instagram claiming that those people saying that he is a homeless man were sent by the politicians to destruct the youths from knowing the truth and enlightenment, he is bringing to them.
And he is very rich to the extent that he can take care of those people and even their families. What do you think of the comments of Twene Jonas?
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