Twene Jonas is in the news again. The young man has carved a niche for himself in mounting pressure on the leaders of the country. His pressure comes in the form of insults which has received mixed reactions from Ghanaians with some feeling the insults are too much. Indeed, Jonas cares less about the verbal attacks as he insists this is the best way to get the nation’s leaders on their feet.
Today, Saturday, July 17, 2021, Jonas was live on Facebook and discussed a number of issues affecting the country. He was riding a 2021 Bentley which he claims can buy more than 100 houses in Ghana. According to Jonas he has no time for Afia Schwarzenegger today because he was more rich than her.
Jonas however sent a strong message to Ghanaian MPs. He explained that the $31 million approved for loans in the country could have been used by the government to open factories and employ people. He lambasted the unanimous decision by the Majority and Minority in Parliament to agree to a loan while the ordinary Ghanaian suffers without any assistance.
He added that when he was in Ghana he couldn’t even afford to buy a Trotro but he now rides a Bentley in the United States. He challenged the MPs in Parliament to be wise and develop the country.
Many have said that the cars that Jonas brags in are not his and that he is a poor fella. However, Jonas insists he owns everything that he uses and this is as a result of the system working in the United States.
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