Twene Jonas has been a name on the lips of all Ghanaians from children to the aged. For all the reasons possible he has been seen as the most influential freedom fighter of these times. As people know him, he speaks about the development issues and the things that are needed to be done right in Ghana. Well, as people may put it, he will not only condemn the attitude, actions, and inactions of leadership, but also insult them for knowing the right thing but doing the contrary.
It appears to many that he only started his fight when he had the chance to travel to the United States. However, a video has popped up on facebook to depict the otherwise. The video which was uploaded by Hello Vybes in the early hours of Thursday 27th May 2021, shows that even when he was in Ghana, Twene Jonas had started the fight for things to be done right in the country. In the video, he talked about why people were allowed to advertise money rituals on TV stations, among other things. Some people shared their reactions
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