He added that, there are bad roads that needs to be constructed yet the government seems to waste money on things that have no impact on the country's development. He wants to make a point that, the amount of $273,000 which is said to be given to Coach Milovan Rajevac can construct roads, solve accidents from happening and create jobs for the youth.
He made this revelation today on Facebook and he prepares to do a live video.
Twene Jonas is popularly known for making controversial statements that seem throw shots at the government.
This comes after the coach for the senior National Team the Black Stars Of Ghana was sacked by the Ghana Football Association due to his failure to bring success to the team in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations. Twene Jonas believes that, all monies that need to be given to Coach Milovan Rajevac should be used to develop the country.
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