- Twene Jonas of the 'system is working 24/7' fame has been spotted flaunting wads of dollars in a new photo
- According to him, the dollar bundles amounted to two million
- The photo which comes amid the #FixTheCountry campaign has stirred mixed reactions
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Ghanaian social media sensation, Twene Jonas, has shared a new photo on social media which is raising eyebrows.
The photo has the outspoken United States-based social media influencer flaunting a lot of dollar notes.
In the photo which has been sighted by YEN.com.gh, Twene Jonas was seen seated on a couch. Beside him were two iPhones with a MacBook on his lap.
In his hands, Twene Jonas had bundles of dollar notes which he was counting while more bundles laid by his side on the couch.
In his caption, Twene Jonas claimed that he had finished counting two million dollars out of a total of three he wanted to count.
"Fall 7 times, stand up 8. I just finished counting 2 million dollars, I feel sleepy I've been up all day counting my dollars, I have a few more to go, I'm tryna count up to $3M and then take a nap before I bring you warm up. The system is working 24/7 Life is good in Heaven on Earth Glass Nkoaa Hw3 fomm @saydadonagm."
Twene Jonas' exhibition of money on social media has stirred mixed reactions from his followers on Instagram.
Below are some of the comments YEN.com.gh spotted:
"Exhibiting money on the internet can be dangerous. Do your thing but please don’t push out cash like that. People are watching and you can easily be a target."
"Arh this money is not up to 2million stop cappin'....I can see 5 dollars in there...lol this guy just be lying bout his worth."
"And you counted it yourself? No machines for counting? Or The system isn’t working 24/7 ."
Twene Jonas' photo has come at a time when Ghanaians have besieged the government to make Ghana a better place to live.
In a social media campaign dubbed #FixTheCountry, many Ghanaians have been calling on President Nana Akufo-Addo to fix Ghana.
The #FixTheCountry call seems to be in agreement with Twene Jonas' long-held view that Ghana has bad leadership and thus a bad country to live in.
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