In every developed country, the wellbeing of the nation was not left on the shoulders of the ruling party alone or the president. There are other patriotic citizens who contributed to the betterment of those nations.
For example in America, a criminal will never go scot-free if he or she was seen by any citizen. They would immediately call for the presence of the police but when it comes to certain countries, the case is quite the opposite.
Twene Jonas is perhaps one of the very few Ghanaian living abroad who is opening the eyes of many people. In many of his live Facebook videos, the young man is always seen saying certain words like, glassy nkoaa, hw3 fom, snow nkoaa, every one minute bia aban car namu, rav 4 y3 uber, heaven on earth among many others.
Perhaps he has won the affection of many people as his image is seen on a GHC 500 notes which is currently circulating on Twitter.
He is most of the time throwing more shades on our Ghanaian politicians and sometimes even go to the extent of calling them names. Many people are wondering if this young man could one day appear in Ghana considering the kind of videos he makes.
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