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Mahama Must Learn To Talk Like A Leader; Twene Jonas Reacts To Do-Or-Die Comment

Chief executive officer of the Royal Jones Films Social media influencer, Twene Jonas has reacted to Former President John Mahama's Do-or-Die comments. The Former President speaking on Techiman-based Akina FM on Tuesday, September 7, 2021,as part of his thank-you-tour indicated that the 2024 election would be a do-or-die affair at the polling stations. This is because Mr. Mahama and the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), declared the 2020 general election results as flawed and unaccepted, despite their endless effort to defend their statements at the Supreme Court of the country failed. 

The Former President also makes claims that the current President of the Republic has made elections life difficult for him, and that he uses forceful means through his Delta Forces and Invisible Forces, enrolled in the security agencies for his motives. Although Mr. Mahama has refused to retract his do-or-die statement despite many rebuttals and shades thrown at him by the opponent parties and other prominent members of state, the social media influencer, Twene Jonas has also gone hard on the Former President advising him to be very cautious of his kinds of words as he is very influential and can incite his followers and members of his party to do things which will bring chaos or catastrophe to the nation at large.

Twene Jonas in a video posted on his Instagram wall, stated that both leaders of Of the NPP and NDC are fond of making statements which brings fear and panic, and that the citizens should not pay attention to such words and react to them. Social media users have also supported Twene Jonas for his comments on the views of the Ex President and are urging Mr. Mahama to retract his statement and apologize to the entire population of the republic.

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