Social media has indeed make communication very easy. Anyone at anywhere in the world can speak thier mind regardless of the distance. Social media activist, camera man, brand ambassador and movie producer Twene Jonas has for some years now express his displeasure in the poor Governance in Ghana.
He mostly uses his social media handles to discuss some of the things that are happening in the country. Notably, he is seen using unprintable words to address the leadership of the country and a lot of people have come out to condemn such behaviour.
It is an undeniable fact that what he always say is true but a lot of people think he can say it in a more polite way than how he is doing currently.
In a recent video he posted, he said that if the government can't run the country and ease the good people of Ghana from hardship, he is ready to take the position and make the country better. He further stated that he has lots of money to fix the country so the government should step down for him to run the country like he is currently running New York City.
Do you think this Twene Jonas guy is serious?
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