The young vlogger who was recently accused of insulting and using words of derogatory against Otumfuor the Asantehene has finally spoken on the reason why he is bent on not yielding to the comments by Ghanaians to beg the Asantehene.
In a new video he took, he made it clear that he never insulted the Asantehene. According to Twene, he was rather praising Otumfuor for having identified and pointed out at the recent talk conducted to decide on the way forward concerning illegally mines in Ghana that "about 30% of us present here either know of the people into the illegal mining or are involved in it ourselves which is very bad".
Jonas stated that, Otumfuor was rather in a good place to speak the truth he knows about the occurrence, and he respects him for that but his only problem was that he didn't mention the names of those he knows.
Twene went on further to say that, Otumfuor was in support of his actions and that the people he is attacking now are the chiefs who contribute to the galamsey activities. He says until they stop, he will continue to insult them as they are refusing to think as leaders.
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