The popular American-based Ghanaian Twene Jonas, also known as glassy nkoaa, has descended on Ghanaian chiefs who have ignorantly offered our lands and water bodies to Chinese galamsey operators to destroy them with harmful chemicals like mercury in a live video that is currently going as of the time of writing. Ghanaian elder chiefs, according to the outspoken social media superstar, should focus on the future of the next generation because they are old and could die tomorrow.
The young man appears to be soaking up all of the attention he's received, claiming that he now has complete authority over Ghana.
Today's live video was shot in a Porsche that the young man claimed he had only recently purchased. In the car, there were four people: two females, the driver, and himself. According to Jonas, one of the girls was a military officer and the other was a nurse.
The pressure that the youth is putting on Ghanaian politicians appears to be in the correct direction, but it would have been more smart if he had done so without using harsh language.
These are some of the public's concerns.
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