- Ghanaian man Jonas Twene has taken over social media with his viral videos from America
- The young man has become noted for always trolling Ghanaian politicians and how they are running down the country
- Jonas has come to be tagged with many catchphrases like "24/7 the system is working"
A young Ghanaian man who has relocated to the United States of America, Jonas Twene, has managed to gain some sort of popularity with his self-recorded videos.
The young man is noted for trolling Ghana as he compares the West African state's level of development to that of America.
To Jonas Twene, Ghana is developing at a snail's pace as compared to that of USA and goes on to add that nothing really works in Ghana.
The young man is mostly seen walking on the streets of America while claiming that the system in the North American country is working.
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He adds in his videos that one can eat free in America and that there are public buses roaming the streets every minute.
Jonas is chiefly noted for jabbing Ghanaian and African politicians for deceiving the public and not pushing hard enough for development.
He has become synonymous with many terms like "24/7 the system is working", "glass nkoaa", "every 1 minute biaa aban bus man mu", "didi free" and "kwan no nyinaa y3 one way".
Prior to his claim to fame, Jonas Twene was a member of a movie production crew known as Royal Jonas Films.
It is not known if he owns the production house or his plays a role there.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Arvid, the adorable son of award-winning singer Fameye known in real life as Peter Famiyeh Bozah and Bridget Agyeman Boating turned one-year-old on November 10, 2020.
As a result of the young star's first birthday, both his parents splashed social media with his photos and awesome birthday wishes.
Photos of the young boy saw him dressed in suit and tie with another one seeing him dresses in a Superman outfit while sporting what looked like a dread-locked hairstyle.
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