Man of God, Samuel Marfo AKA Misty Coke has revealed that if he were the Asantehene Otumfour Osei Tutu II, he would have bought a car for socialite, Twene Jonas.
Speaking on SVTV Africa with DJ Nyaami, Misty explained that what Jonas said was nothing but the truth and he must be commended for it.
”I would have bought a car for him because Twene Jonas has revealed the heart of the people. I follow them a lot and I read the comments too.
Over 4000 comments and none was defending the king. This means that within their hearts, they have a problem with you but they are afraid of the title, ” Misty disclosed.
He further added that Otumfour Osei Tutu should thank Twene Jonas and begin to do the good work the people want him to do.
”Nana Osei Tutu does not have to tell us he made a mistake. Just do the good works so we know that you listened, he said.
He made references to Job and Elihu in the Bible stating that; ”Elihu was a 17-year-old but he advised Job to become a better man. So it does not matter who advises you. If it's good, take it.”
Kindly watch the full interview below;
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