Twene Jonas has advised his critics to refrain from the 'needless' attacks on him and rather channel their energies at analyzing the logic of his arguments. According to him, the truth cannot be suppressed and as much, must be given the audience to shape public discourse and development of the nation.
In a video post shared recently on Facebook, Twene Jonas mocked that there is nothing that would stop him from speaking his mind about the flaws in the Ghanaian system of development, adding that his critics have an option to stay away from his videos if they find them unpalatable.
"Address the message and stop attacking me. I haven't sent you to watch my show. Its free and simply the truth. Don't dare insult me. I take nothing from you people.
"Its a fact that you people have been missing the point and I have to put you in the right minds. I must say that to you plainly."
He reiterated that his campaign will not rest until things begin to turn into the right way.
"I am not going to rest and neither are you because I will pursue you until you change."
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