Twene Jones has won lots of followers and admirers for his constant criticism and ranting about what he calls bad management in the country. Followers of the young United States of America-based self-styled social activist became apprehensive when reports had it that government officials went to the US to have him deported to the country for his continuous attacks on the President, Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo, and other untouchable individuals in the country. Things move from bad to worse for his supporters, when Twene Jones' friend, Say the don, made it known through social media that Jonas was nowhere to be found.
Fortunately, Jonas resurfaced moments later to call the bluff of those that threatened to deport him. Jonas eventually broke the loud silence on social media in his usual function. Ghanaians who support his modus operandi followed the Facebook-aired program closely amid expressing their satisfaction about what he was saying.
But Daddy Fred of the Announcer Newspaper descended on Twene Jones for how according to him, he( Jonas) insults the President. Daddy Fred who says he doesn't begrudge Jonas for registering his protest against what he thinks is untoward in his homeland, maintained the young activist could have been more discreet about it and would still have had the same impact. He expressed his disappointment about Ghanaians for encouraging Twene Jones to insult and disgrace the President of the country by sharing his videos on various social media platforms.
Daddy Fred also expressed his disappointment in Facebook for allowing Jones to use their medium to insult the Ghanaian President. He appealed to the microblogging site to scrutinize the activities of Jonas. Daddy Fred said, "This is a humble appeal am giving to Facebook to revisit to just go listen to his videos again, translate it to English and listen to the choice of words that he used to describe our president".
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