A ghanaian young man who lives in Kwadaso in the capital town of Ashanti region was seen in a video weeks ago raining curses on Twene Jonas for allegedly insulting Otumfuor.
This brought a lot of controversies on the internet. It was through this period the young man fought a presenter in a studio for challenging him.
The freedom fighter, Twene Jonas later reacted to the curses by the young man.
In a latest video published by One Ghana TV on YouTube, the said young man who cursed Twene Jonas narrates how he was being beaten up by some guys.
According to him, he had a flat tire and after changing the flat tire the guys approached him in his car, dragged him and started beating him on the floor.
Answering the question what did the guys said before started beating him, he said they didn't say anything. It was after they had finished beating him that's when they said they beat him because he cursed Twene Jonas.
Watch the video in the link; https://youtu.be/D_L0-thg7Pw
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