A video going viral on social which is seen as a revenge message has to do with a citizen of Ghana who has sent a strong warning and curses to Twene Jonas for insulting their chief - Osei Tutu the second on his Facebook program "the system is working 24/7.
In the video the man cursed Twene Jonas not to think of buying anything be it food or water when he comes back to Ghana. Also deliver the life of Twene Jonas to the gods if "Antoa"
This he said in the video has gingered some Ghanaians who supports "the system is working 24/7" Facebook page.
Some of the reaction to the video is below;
"Nothing will happen Jonas wai, the gods will protect you in all your ways. The gods are truthful and justice, long life Jonas stay bless".
"Man, have you forgotten antoa self was insulted by osofo Kyereabosom and he is still strong than before? Don't worry yourself nothing will happen to the boy"
Below are some screenshots of angry fans of the system is working 24/7 Facebook page;
Watch the video below by tapping on the link below;
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