According to Twene Jonas, Ghanaians upload and re-upload his videos on YouTube for money to the extent that the platform has notified him.
Twene Jonas said YouTube has notified him that the uploads and re-uploads of his videos from different accounts are getting out of hand so, therefore, he should block them to receive the money they earned.
Twene Jonas claims that he will not block them because that is currently their source of income due to the hardship in Ghana.
Twene Jonas then said his videos are making the Ghanaians rich through the huge amount of money they earn on YouTube and if not for his sake, they would have become armed robbers.
If you want to hear more from Twene Jonas, then kindly watch the video below
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